by Kathryn Elkin and Rhubaba Choir
7.00pm, Tuesday 15 December 2020
Please join us for a live broadcast event that reflects on some of the new forms of online-ness of 2020, thrown into sharp focus by the various hurdles encountered in negotiating a remote choral project. Consequently, what has developed is an experiment that pivots around the relationship between (and fantasies about) the displayed interior domestic scene and the professional creative.
Free but booking essential email firstname.lastname@example.org with subject line ‘The Nowness’ and you will receive a link on the 15th to allow you access.
The performance will last for approximately 15 minutes.
Kathryn Elkin(b. 1983, Belfast) is a visual artist, specialising in moving image and performance. Her work centres on the commodity of the singular identity of the artist as situated within the trappings of productive, reproductive and artistic labour. The interview is a primary concern. She employs voice, music and transcription as key methodologies within her practice. Her videos are distributed by LUX.
The Nowness is a new work composed by Kathryn Elkin and The Rhubaba Choir. Produced by Emmie McLuskey