Loop, Looping, Loopy, Loophole, Loop the loop, Loopers. To ‘loop’ is to encircle, circulate, to begin and then return to.
This performance has two showings, 1 & 3pm BST
Loop: TV Test, gives a first insight into an exhibition in progress that asks what is at stake in experiencing performance? And how is this experience mediated, live and direct in close physical contact or mediated and transmitted via technology and screens? Flowing between a performance lecture and a moving commentary, Loop curator Harold Offeh will guide you through a series of tests in progress by artists, Adham Faramawy, Keiken, Phoebe Collings-James, Samra Mayanja, and Will Fredo as they explore what it means to test, trail and rehearse in public.
Loop: TV Test, is the first ‘test’ iteration of the LOOP exhibition where Eastside Projects and artist Harold Offeh have invited five artists whose practices expand what performance is now. The artist’s practices think about forms and narrative structures through performance and choreography that operate for a range of spaces, places and people. Revisiting and re-assessing history through re-iterative, repeating and looping structures in making music, performance and dance.