AΦE presents 0AR

25 - 26 September, 12.00 - 17.00

10 minutes

This is a free event

Saturday 25 & Sunday 26 Sept @ 10 – 5pm

This 10-minute AR experience is free and suitable for all ages. 


A collective Augmented Reality (AR) experience made for five people to explore together, at the same time. 

With connected tablet devices, the audience experiences a collection of short dance works inspired by the 2005 masterpiece zero degrees – a collaboration between Sadler’s Wells Associate Artists Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui, Akram Khan and Nitin Sawhney, with sculptor Antony Gormley. 0AR invites you to explore, interact and move around an imaginary digital dance.

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Commissioned by Sadler’s Wells and Co-Produced by Biennale de la danse de Lyon 2018 

Special thanks to ‘zero degrees’ original creators Akram Khan, Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui, Nitin Sawhney and Antony Gormley 

Supported by Arts Council England, Jasmin Vardimon Company, V&A, South East Dance, The Old Market Brighton, Akram Khan Company, Eastman and Ashford Borough Council 

 

Key Information

Duration
10 minutes
Dates
25 - 26 September, 12.00 - 17.00
Costs
FREE
Recommended For
Location

Midlands Arts Centre (MAC)

Welcome to Birmingham International Dance Festival at Midlands Arts Centre from 25 - 26 September.

Enjoy our programme of FREE Family-Friendly shows and workshops. Drop-in or come for the day - there is no need to book for most events.

To keep everyone Covid -19 safe we will be following safety measures. See here for details.

We will be encouraging customers to gather or sit in bubbles at 1m distancing

No alcohol or glass is allowed on site. Picnics / your own food is permitted.


Midlands Arts Centre (mac) has a huge range of theatre performances, music, comedy, plays for children, dance, literature and poetry events, courses in crafts and creative arts, magical family shows, films and free exhibitions on offer.

With two theatres, a cinema, a gallery and other exhibition spaces, performance studios, dance and drama rehearsal spaces, music rooms, a media studio, studios for pottery, textiles, jewellery, sculpture and painting, a community learning area, bar and café, there’s a lot to explore and enjoy!

To find out more about Midlands Arts Centre visit here

 
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