Puncture the Screen 2022

Puncture the Screen 2022

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Broadway Cinema

14-18 Broad Street

Nottingham

NG1 3AL

United Kingdom

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Puncture The Screen is a data-driven digital art and performance festival run by Chronic Insanity.

About this event

The festival will run the 16th-17th of July, with artwork and educational content released throghout the day and live events each evening. The whole festival will be available on demand for at least two weeks afterwards.

The festival is hosting 11 digital artworks from some of the most exciting artists and performers in the UK:

  • Interdimensional Phishing Scam by Jamie Drew and Joe Strickland
  • Keep The Lights On by Kill The Cat
  • Who We Are and Where We Come From by Megan Gates
  • Sky Above The Scene by Hanah Whittaker
  • The idea is to keep you inside by Kazia Cannon
  • Goddard Solutions by Thomas Florence
  • Hold What You Love by Lauren La Rose
  • iLove by Chromatic Creative
  • just calling to say by Ella Wright
  • MALPER by Rachel Parry
  • Graphic Nature by P.A.BITEZ

More information about these expereinces can be found by clicking here.

There will also be work from last year's festival being re-exhibited and many educational opportunites for everyone to learn about making digital art and performance, regardless of your background or expereince, which will be anounced soon.

A festival schedule will be available soon. We are aiming for all events at the festival to be captioned, audio described, and BSL interpeted where possible. More detail as to the access avaiable for each event will be released shortly.

We want this festival to show the full innovative strength of digital art and performance. We want to show off its accessibility, its sustainability, and its affordability for both creatives and audiences alike. We want people to learn how simple and rewarding making digital work can be, and to feel confident and inspired to make digital theatre and art of their own.

Find out more at puncturethescreen.com

The festival organisers, Chronic Insanity, are a theatre company from Nottingham that creates and facilitates live performance and experiences in traditional, found, and digital spaces. They are currently in the middle of completing their third 12 shows in 12 months challenge. Find out more about them here

This event is supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England.

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