This four-part screening programme invites us to think about the role of archives in shaping collective memory, histories and stories. Elisions begins Wednesday 21 April, running weekly for 4 weeks.
Opening the Archive is an online season of events considering the role of archives in artistic practice and institution-making.
Taking place over 3 days every year across multiple site in Gateshead, GIFT places artistic experimentation and collaboration at its core and offers a supportive platform for artists to come together, to push the boundaries of their practice.
Julie Cleves & Robbie Synge's To Earth is a series of performances and workshops presented with the CONTINUOUS Network. To Earth considers physical acts of co-operation and a close companionship.
Satelliser: a dance for the gallery is an ongoing performance work realised by an intergenerational group of coworking dance artists. This durational performance by Janine Harrington is presented with the CONTINUOUS Network.
This free online event will feature work by artist Andrius Arutiunian exploring digital and aural archives, sonic by-products of training AI, and off-cuts of recorded sound and language.
Black on Black: 24R is a new durational performance from Zinzi Minott that explores the artist’s engagement with dance, queerness, blackness and the body as archive. The work interrogates dance as a form of labour and the limits of the body through the exhausting processes of repetition and duration.
As BALTIC approaches its 20th year, join a roundtable discussion convened by BALTIC Professor and Director of BxNU Research Institute Andrea Phillips, to consider the archive as a site of construction.
The CONTINUOUS Network has teamed-up with Unlimited to support the creation of a new disabled-led dance work. Freestylers will create a new dance work to perform at BALTIC, Bluecoat and Tramway in 2021/22.