Programme

Krísis Exhibition 
28 October – 9 December 2016
1100 – 1700 Monday – Friday, free entry
Bonington Gallery, Nottingham Trent University, Dryden St, Nottingham, NG1 4GG
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Cross-Cultural Live Art Project (CCLAP) performances
27 – 28 October 2016, as part of the exhibition launch event and symposium
11 – 12 November 2016, in partnership with Little Wolf Parade, various locations 

11 November, 1200-2030:
1200-1645 Performance: Rachel Parry ‘Transparent Freedoms’
Outdoor performance starting at noon at the Bonington Gallery, Dryden Street, NG1 4GG
Finale at 4pm at the Speakers’ Corner 
1730-1800 Performance: Boedi Widjaja ‘Imaginary Homeland: 谢谢你的爱’ 
Outdoor performance in front of Nottingham Contemporary, Weekday Cross, NG1 2GB
1900-2030 Talk: Something Human in conversation with Rachel Parry and Body Widjaja
G.A.L., 25 Broad Street, Nottingham, NG1 3AP

12 November, 1300-1730:
1300-1600 Melissa Thomas ‘Collaboration with Children’
G.A.L., 25 Briad Street, Nottingham, NG1 3AP
1400-1700 Sarah Todino ‘The Coronation’ 
Secret garden next to Jam Café, 12 Heathcote Street, Nottingham NG1 3AA
1430-1700 Orinta Pranaityte ‘Finding Place Within Displacement’
Between Heathcote Street & Broad Street
1430-1730 whatsthebigmistry ‘BANG’
Broadway Cinema’s Gallery, 15 Heathcote Street, Nottingham NG1 3A
1500-1730 Rachael Young, ‘A Natural’
Jam Café,12 Heathcote Street, Nottingham NG1 3AA

CCLAP is a three year live art project began in 2014 that instigates the sharing of the developments and critical reflections of significant and diverse live art practices in Southeast Asia and the UK, to bring the critical contexts for Southeast Asian live art practice in conversation with developments in the UK/European scenes. The project presents thought-provoking live art performances by Southeast Asian and international practitioners in London, bringing their work to both local and a wider international audience.

Krísis Symposium: critical interventions
28 October 2016

1000 – 1800 Friday
Lecture Auditorium, Nottingham Trent University, Dryden St, Nottingham, NG1 4GG

Krísis: critical interventions is a one-day symposium that brings the international network of artistic practices and narratives from the Krísis exhibition and public programme into a day of talks, presentations and performative lectures. It provides an opportunity for artists, curators, academics and the general public – both local and international – to engage in dialogue; reflecting on the complex topography of Nottingham and the UK, the relationship to the art world and how socio-political issues are addressed in both Nottingham and an international contexts. Participants will explore the exhibition themes and the artists’ responses and practices which encourage the debate on art as a transformational tool for research on contemporary societal matters.

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Surviving Art School workshop 
29 October 2016
1400 – 1700, Saturday
Nottingham Contemporary, Weekday Cross, Nottingham, NG1 2GB
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