BOURNEMOUTH SCHEDULE (FRI 10 - MON 13 JULY)

We are excited to finally be able to announce our publice schedule for our time in Bournemouth with SIX projects.

FRIDAY 10TH JULY

1 till 5 - Rowan de Freitas - Come and help contribute to the TANTEO newsletter. Come and share personal stories about Bournemouth and Boscombe, including some of it's cultural and creative landmarks.

Location: The Old School House. Address/Map

1 till 5 - Stella Barron - The Dancing School presents RADIO TANTEO. Come as you are, come as you aren't, create a myth surrounding Tanteo, what are we doing in the house on Sunnyhill Road? Bring a story, a song, a poem, a list, a love letter, observations, obsessions, character traits you wish you saw in me, bring a character, please.

Location: The Old School HouseAddress/Map

2 till 4 - Katharina Stadler - One of our TANTEO participants will be floating around the Boscombe pedestrian zone attempting to initiate a process of collective writing. To find out more about the project check out the website at https://collectivewritingintervention.wordpress.com/ 

Location: Booscombe pedestrian area

- Katharina Stadler - An oppertunity to discuss one of the texts recommended by Kat Stadler as part of her Collective Writing Intervention at the Crooked Book. The text being reflected on is Aleksandr Bogdanov's 'The Paths of Proletarian Creation' (1920), the text can be found here.

Location: The Crooked Book.

SATURDAY 11TH JULY

9 till 11 - Anna Daneilewicz - 'General Warm up of all faculties', Be prepared to shake it out and sing it out! 

Location: The Fishermans Walk Bandstand

11 till 12 - Tanteo - The Tanteo group will be attending Bournemouth's Pride parade in support of LGBT communities in the area and across the world. More Information.

2 till 4 - Katharina Stadler - One of our TANTEO participants will be floating around the Boscombe pedestrian zone attempting to initiate a process of collective writing. To find out more about the project check out the website at https://collectivewritingintervention.wordpress.com/ 

Location: Booscombe pedestrian area

2 - Erina Kawachi - 'Respiration is Inspiration', Workshop exploring breathing and the voice led by Japanese artist & choreograher Erina Kawachi.

Location: The beachfront

6 - THE PLANNED SCREENING IS NO LONGER TAKING PLACE, APOLOGISES.

 

 

SUNDAY 12TH JULY

From 1:30 - Rosa Luz - A durational performance centered around a repetitive action. More information.

MONDAY 13TH JULY

10 till 5 - Bevis Fenner & Noriko Suzuki-BoscoWhat happens when you see a place through someone else’s eyes?
Based on the understanding that tourism offers a way of shaping people’s experience of reality through narrative, this day long project – led by artists Bevis Fenner and Noriko Suzuki-Bosco – questions the definition of authentic experience when a place is seen through someone else’s eyes. This also brings into question the notion of authorship in tourism and art. Specifically referring to Foucault's concerns about who authorises the author within 'the functioning conditions of specific discursive practices', we hope to facilitate an imaginative environment in which participants are able to mediate between personally authentic place meanings and those authorised by cultural and institutional discourse to develop their own versions of the truth (Foucault, 1998). Indeed, our belief in narratives or histories as absolute truths, limits our experience of reality. Experiencing a place through someone else’s eyes not only questions the authenticity of experience but also allows us to engage with reality as imaginative play. Through processes of deconstructing / reconstructing 'reality' and authoring / de-authoring 'work', the project hopes to move beyond representational discourses and to re-negotiate the 'truths' of place.

The event takes place outside and involves walking!