Part of Co:LAB Festival

SO FEY

  • By Amy Lawrence
  • 23 July 2017
  • The Studio

SO FEY is a visual and choreographic project created with female participants from Mixed Black and White heritage and acts as a modern day archive of this first generation's experience.

The sensations of exotic otherness are placed in focus and immersed within a DIY multimedia environment, overlapping imagery and live sound exploring what it means to live with these assumptions, as we head towards 2020 when the mixed 'category' will be the biggest minority in the UK!

Co:LAB will platform the work as an initial sharing of this process-led piece by artist Amy Lawrence created through workshops with collaborating artists and participants, young women of this dual demographic.

 

The Open Exchange has been generously supported by The Leche Trust and the Esmée Fairbairn Foundation

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  • Event Information
  • VENUE: The Studio

    PERFORMANCE DATES: Sunday 23 July 2017

    PERFORMANCE TIMES: 5pm - 6pm

    TICKET INFORMATION: Pay what you decide

    RESERVE TICKETS: Box Office 0161 833 9833 / online

  • Creative Team
  • VISUAL ARTIST/LIGHTING DESIGNER: Joe Whitmore

    SOUND ARTIST: Vitaliija Glovackyte

    PARTICIPANTS: Henrietta Phoebe Dunn, Nisa Cole & Lucie Browne

    RESEARCH ASSISTANCE: Tilda O’Grady
 & Jade Montserrat

    Amy Lawrence graduated from Manchester School Of Art in 2013 and has since worked across the UK and beyond as an artist, creative producer and facilitator of participatory settings and events in various settings from the gallery to site specific settings and theatre spaces. Amy is also the co-founder of LEGROOM, a new space for approaches to movement and visual arts in Manchester city centre (supported by Castlefield Gallery.) Amy's practise combines and merges varied approaches often using screen media and visual arrangements, interdisciplinary live works use movement as a vocabulary alongside overlapping imagery in various forms and materials.

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