What's on in Glasgow Life
Thu 22 June: 4pm, 6pm, 7pm, 8pm
23 June – 2 July
Tue – Fri: 4pm, 5pm, 6pm, 7pm, 8pm
Sat & Sun: 2pm, 3pm, 4pm, 5pm, 6pm, 7pm, 8pm
(Each performance lasts approx 35 mins)
Robyn Backen (AUS), Andre Dekker (NL), Graham Eatough (UK), Nigel Helyer (AUS) and Jennifer Turpin (AUS). Performers Nerea Bello and Judith Williams
A major international artwork that has been specially conceived to take the audience on a unique journey through Tramway’s epic theatre space. At the heart of the piece is a monumental machine architecture designed to be a space for listening, contemplation and performance.
The work has been developed for this presentation in association with Refugee Festival Scotland and touches upon contemporary themes of migration and asylum as well as more personal experiences of journeying, separation and loss.
Nomanslanding is a unique collaboration by five international artists whose different practices involve public art, sound work, architecture and performance. Co-commissioned and co-produced by Merchant City Festival Glasgow, Sydney Harbour Foreshore Authority in Australia and Urbane Kuenste Ruhr in Germany. It is an outstanding piece of interdisciplinary work that has been experienced by thousands in Sydney and the Ruhr and has now been re-conceived for this, its UK premiere.
Please note: Access
Due to the unique staging of Nomanslanding, it is imperative that visitors with mobility issues notify us of your attendance in advance so that we can arrange to accommodate you. Thank you.
Performances are suitable for ages 5+ only, and children and babies under this age will not be permitted into the installation, sorry.
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