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Revolutions In Form
- 3 live experimental language performances
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WHAT WE’VE DONE
An occasional series of events exploring contemporary language in performance, for Liverpool’s major interdisciplinary arts institution. The programming aims to contextualise contemporary poetry performance, by pitching it among other forms – including lecture, film, contemporary song and performance writing.
Revolutions in Form #3: Caroline Bergvall, Ross Sutherland, Hannah Silva, Laura Dockrill
Revolutions in Form #2: John O’Shea, Keston Sutherland, Karen McLeod, Chiz Turnross, Nathan Jones with Scott Spencer & Carl Brown, and Markus Soukup
Revolutions in Form #1: Lorena Rivera De Beer, Mark Greenwood, Ross Sutherland, Tim Clare, Lizzie Nunnery with Almanac Folk Collective, Markus Soukup, and Nathan Jones with Sketchybeast, Sam Meech, Neil Keeting
Excellent and risk taking. It is important that many forms of writing and performance can be presented in British culture like this.
- Caroline Bergvall
Revolutions in Form opened a dialogue up between performers and audiences from different areas of poetry and performance, and discussed how each different performer was engaged with the notion of the Voice, and its transformational power onstage. What Revolutions in Form offers is a chance to bring poets and their audiences into conversation with one another, and in doing so, try to make an intelligent presentation on the scene as a whole: a comment on the state-of -the-art.
- Ross Sutherland
A brilliantly diverse and original line up that complimented the craft of poetry and its performance. It was interesting to see how others navigate their way around language, tone and delivery. I learnt a lot that evening.
- Laura Dockrill
The ultimate experimental poetry slam. - Loopevil Press, The Official Liverpool Student Union Newspaper