At-Bristol Science Centre, Anchor Road, Bristol, United Kingdom
7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Paul Hurley and Caleb Parkin present a new performance as part of The Bristol Approach to Citizen Sensing, an ongoing programme exploring how sensor tech and data can be made and used by citizens for the common good. Expect musings on collaboration in (and on) other worlds, through a playful mélange of performance and poetry.
Paul Hurley and Caleb Parkin are interested in arts and participation, both separately and in collaboration. They work in different contexts (galleries, community centres, universities, cafés, on bikes, in factories) and enjoy experimenting and playing, and never quite knowing what’s going to happen.
This performance is part of the Satellite Programme for Bristol Biennial 2016: In Other Worlds, and takes place within the Data Dome in At-Bristol.
For more information about The Bristol Approach click here.
Image: Lee Pullen, At-Bristol Science CentreBook