(in)habit was a noisy, messy, shambolic evening of live art, music, installations and interventions in The Match Rooms, a huge out-of-use cinema opposite the Turner, Margate. There were .dash performance pieces, VJs, DJs and skate ramp (backed by sound responsive projections).
It was the Festival Party for the Spring Season of Looping The Loop, a festival of live performance we co-produce. The Festival is part of Battersea Art Centre's Collaborative Touring Network.
We hope (in)habit will become an itinerant event, moving between (the many) out of use buildings in the area – a creative, resourceful and sustainable use for buildings at risks.
Have a listen to the opening here and a look at some pictures below.
Live Set: Rob Hart
DJs: Kat Heath and Emily Barnett
Skate Ramp: Hang 10
Skaters: Phil and co.
Funding: KCC and Looping The Loop
Live Poetry Sculptures: Emrys Plant and Tom Swift
Crystellising a Tree & Photos: Mark Dumbrell
Thank yous: Andy Barrett, Becki, Ryan & Rachel
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