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House: Tuesday – Sunday 12  – 5pm

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Last entry to the House is at 4.30pm

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13 December 2018, 7pm

Artist Anna Brownsted collaborates with an ensemble of adolescent girls to devise a new live work.

Responding to the Richard Pousette-Dart exhibition, this choreographed intervention plays with duration, repetition and chance, while questioning notions of power. Performed across multiple locations in the House with a soundtrack consisting of only environmental sounds, the audience is invited to roam, explore the House or to follow the performers as they move through the space.

Open to all, 9th and Castle is part of the Kettle’s Yard Community Day programme: co-creating with local groups and individuals.

FREE, booking required

This event is now fully booked. There will be a couple of tickets available on the door. If you are getting a ticket on arrival at this event we recommend coming early.

About Anna Brownsted

Anna works across a diverse range of media including sound, video, installation and performance.  Her practice plays in the space between fiction and reality, merging the unexpected with the everyday while exploring dynamics of trust, uncertainty & possibility. Her work is often interactive, using immersion and disruption to situate people in temporary or transitory locations – both real and virtual.  

Anna was born in Dallas, Texas; she currently lives in the UK.