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Ivan Poe Roll-Thru + Discussion

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A live performance roll-thru of the Ivan Poe video game, as this cuboid character keeps truckin' on through the Cosmic Soup.

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Due to the current lockdown restrictions, we have made some changes to the format of our upcoming exhibition by Reactor. Reactor will be in residence at Bonington Gallery from 7 April – 29 May 2021, and this will be punctuated by live events streamed from the gallery – this being the second one.

A live performance roll-thru of the Ivan Poe video game, as this cuboid character keeps truckin' on through the Cosmic Soup.

The Ivan Poe game has been developed in collaboration by Reactor, Bruce Asbestos and Jez Noond. For this event they will be joined by Kitty Clark, Mark Jackson and Jamie Sutcliffe to discuss video games, performance streaming and the myriad overlaps.

This event is part of the residency and new video-installation by the art collective Reactor currently on show at Bonington Gallery, which documents the lives of a cohort of higher spiritual beings known as The Gold Ones.

About Reactor

Reactor is an art collective, comprising Susie Henderson, Niki Russell and an undisclosed number of secret members. Recent and forthcoming projects include: ‘Ivan Poe’, online, Kunstraum (London), Southwark Park Galleries (London), Quad (Derby) and Hexham Arts Centre, ‘The Gold Ones’, Radar (Loughborough), Plymouth Art Weekender, Kunstnernes Hus (Oslo), Gallery North (Newcastle) and xero, kline & coma (London), ‘Log!c ?stem’, Flux Factory (New York), ‘Dummy Button’, KW Institute for Contemporary Art (Berlin). www.reactor.org.uk

Reactor in Residence at Bonington Gallery

Reactor will be in residence at Bonington Gallery from 7 April – 29 May 2021, and this will be punctuated by live events streamed from the gallery.

Reactor Exhibition

The exhibition will be open to NTU staff and students from 5 May to 29 May 2021. It will then open to the public from 17 May to 29 May 2021, dependent on the roadmap out of the current lockdown.

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