Methods for misunderstanding the nature of things
Methods for misunderstanding the nature of things

Methods for misunderstanding the nature of things will be performed at Attenborough Art Centre, Leicester on Sunday 4th September 2016. for details please follow the links below to the Facebook page, or the box office page.

Methods for Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/methodsfor/ and event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/165886563839917/

Box office for tickets to the performance: http://goo.gl/5ZRJu4

Attenborough Arts What’s on guide:

Methods for misunderstanding the nature of things:

Where do we draw the line between human and technological intervention?

Driven by the tweets from the audience, performed by artists from different artforms and sourcing creative technology through data to imagine an interactive experience, #Methodsfor is a performative confluence.

Sound, dance, visual art, installation, creative technology and spoken word all converge, taking the audience on a magical journey. Instructions flow through the drummer’s ear as altered lighting states entrance us into the process whilst the vibrating sounds of the drawing machine traces the dancer’s movements on the floor.

A space where the fragile boundaries of creativity and data are challenged and the chain of human and technology ruptured.

The performance will be followed by a talk with:
Prof. Ming Turner, National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan
Ashokkumar Mistry
Rishii Chowdhury
Yuyu Rau
Fareda Khan

Additional collaborators: G Sian, Khush Nubian, Sean Clark and
Stella Couloutbanis