BLACK HOLE CLUB AT VIVID PROJECTS FOR BIRMINGHAM WEEKENDER IN DIGBETH
PRESS ON AND PLAY
4 – 6 OCTOBER 2019
Join Vivid Projects for a three-day programme of new works, including performance, sonics, audio-visual events and installations with our 2019 Black Hole Club artist cohort. Vivid Projects will radically shift and change through the course of the Digbeth Weekender, offering audiences an opportunity to connect with works that share affinities and are forged through experimentation. Collaborative, open and agile the works celebrate the talent present within the region.
Sunday October 6th: 13.00-17.00
Dan Auluk (onsite), Rosa Francesca & Dinosaur Kilby,
On Sunday works will develop and unfold through the afternoon. Dan Auluk responds to a project developed off-site the previous day. Looking at me looking at you and not looking down, is the outcome of one to one interventions with the public in Digbeth. Rosa Francesca explores how love can be manufactured in “Fall For Me” drawing from scientific research by Arthur Aron on the experimental generation of interpersonal closeness; and Dinosaur Kilby presents an animalistic environment that people can climb into and inhabit as a base to watch video works buried deep within the belly of the beasts that roam within Vivid Projects.