ACTS RE-ACTS 4

David Somlo, Mandala, Acts Re-Acts 3. Photograph by Rosie Potter.

20 Feb - 17 Mar 2017

ACTS RE-ACTS 4
Wimbledon College of Arts: Performance Laboratory

Performance Lab Day 1: Friday 3 March 2017, 2 - 9pm
Performance Lab Day 2: Saturday 4 March 2017, 1 - 8pm

Exhibition and Residency Dates: 20 February - 17 March 2017

Contributors: 

Denise Ackerl, Lucy Algar & Kirill Burlov, Bruce Barber, Jane Collins, Amanda Couch, FIVE, Julie Groves, Jamie Harper, Mark Hibbett & Tom Smith, Kate Lane & Joe Wild, Richard Layzell, Richmond & Richmond, John Strutton & Riccardo Carbone, Paul Tarrago, Jennet Thomas

“It feels like there is still room for genuine subversiveness within performance [practice]. For someone from Fine Art, part of the excitement and the openness is being the amateur next to someone working with a kind of Theatre.”
Curator Sarah McRory speaking about the work of Marvin Gaye Chetwynd, interviewed by Lois Rowe at ICA as part of Performance Management, February 2016.
 
Acts Re-Acts, a laboratory of performance, new media, workshops, lectures, discussions, events, interventions, seminars and installations, returns for a fourth year to take place at Wimbledon Space between 20 February – 17 March 2017. This year Acts Re-Acts will take the form of an intensive two-day laboratory of selected performances on Friday 3 and Saturday 4 March. Four week-long residencies will run Monday – Friday between 20 February – 17 March.
 
The programme will include 'Anecdotal Evidence', the Professorial Platform of Jane Collins, Professor of Theatre and Performance, Wimbledon College of Arts on Friday 3 March.

Curated by the Acts Re-Acts Creative Team: Simon Betts, Jane Collins, Lois Rowe, Esther Armstrong, Peter Farley.


Performance Laboratory Schedule:
Click here for ACTS RE-ACTS 4: Performance Laboratory - Schedule for Friday 3 March, 2 - 9pm
Click here for ACTS RE-ACTS 4: Performance Laboratory - Schedule for Saturday 4 March, 1 - 8pm 
 

 
Image: Acts Re-Acts 3, documentation of David Somlo's Mandala, February 2016. Photograph by Rosie Potter.