An assembly are a group dedicated to contemporary music, installation, and performance. For their debut event at LEGROOM they will present a programme dedicated to works by a young generation of emerging composers and artists standing firmly on the blurred lines where sound, performance, dance, film, sport, theatre, and fighting intersect as music.
TIMOTHY CAPE – ‘Wildflower’
ELEANOR CULLY & SARAH BOULTON – ‘Deer Tracks’
LOUIS D’HEUDIERES – ‘Laughter Studies #6’
CAMERON DODDS – ‘He Met A Ballet Dancer’
EDWARD HENDERSON – ‘You Got Me’
ANDY INGAMELLS & MAYA VERLAAK – ‘Tape Piece’
TOM ROSE – ‘her Bronze at the back’
ROWLAND HILL & JACK SHEEN – ‘Hand Film/I have never been anywhere so long’
LAURIE TOMPKINS – ‘DANO’
Venue: LEGROOM, Castlefield Gallery New Art Spaces: Great Northern Tower [Unit 4], Watson Street, Manchester M3 4EE
Doors: 7pm, Saturday 2 December 2017
LEGROOM is a Franco-British curatorial project based in Manchester, exploring the potential of movement, visual arts and live art through artist-led events and workshop-based processes, using curation to translate movement through other art forms, facilitate collaboration and provide accessible platforms for the public to both participate in and see new and interdisciplinary work. Since June 2017, LEGROOM have directed a space in Manchester city centre and with a programme running up until Winter 2017, with an array of international and local artist events, development opportunities for discussion and cross-discipline workshops. The space acts as a temporal platform and development space for making interdisciplinary visual arts and movement projects engaging local artists and audiences with international artists and organisations to expand the possibilities for spatially and physically engaged works in Manchester.
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Castlefield Gallery’s New Art Spaces is an initiative to create dynamic project spaces for artists, artist collectives and artist development agencies. Making use of temporarily vacant retail, office and light industrial units, New Art Spaces provides opportunities for emerging creatives to incubate their practices, produce work and showcase new art to local communities. Castlefield Gallery currently runs New Art Spaces in Bolton, Leigh, Rochdale and Manchester City Centre.