The conversation will be in dialogue with the audience, will be recorded, and will form part of McStravick’s research project Learning in a Public Medium; researching the work of the late British video artist and its contemporary resonances. The event will include a video programme of Marshall’s early video works, alongside others.
In parallel the afternoon will see a performance programme including Lisa Busby’s Negotiating with the Dead: A self-help programme for composers, 2014, an instruction score inspired by the Margaret Atwood text of the same name, alongside work collaboratively developed by Busby, Cathy Lane, Holly Ingleton and Lucy Reynolds during the first fortnight of the residency.
Further individual and collaborative new performances developed in this period will form Electra’s programme for Wysing’s Space-Time: The Multiverse festival, 5 September, alongside other work including a new performance of Pauline Oliveros’ Saxual Orientation (1977) with Verity Susman (tenor), Sue Lynch (tenor), Artur Vidal (alto) and Adrian Northover (soprano).
Join us for what promises to be an extraordinary afternoon.