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Temporary Autonomous Zones - An Immersive Performance Installation

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3Sixty, Ron Cooke Hub, The University of York

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Temporary Autonomous Zones is an immersive performance installation for 6 performers, 3 DJs and fixed media, imagined by a composer but realised in a collaborative environment. Essentially we’re asking; how can contemporary dance, theatre, immersive art and critical theory be mapped onto cultural and social factors found in electronic dance music and club cultures? How can we, as a performance, remove labels often associated with performance structures and blur boundaries between traditional ideas of audience member and performer?

The piece is performed in two spaces - one discursive and sociable and the other completely immersive. In these spaces, temporary environments and systems are created in which internal politics overtake reality. Using a framework of reactionary mechanisms and techniques rather than solid structures, the piece is transient, built in a moment, and creates social and cultural microclimates, temporary autonomous zones, outside of which the work doesn't exist.

The evening will include performances from:

Quip

Oren (Blackbox)

Bearfoot

Liam Maloney

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