Wednesday 6 June, 7.00 - 8.30pm
As part of Any frame is a thrown voice performers from a variety of practices have been invited to revisit Ian White's performance work and film programming.
Writer and art historian Adrian Rifkin, and dancer and choreographer Julie Cunningham presented new performances of Black Flags and Democracy.
Adrian Rifkin is a writer, art historian and sometime art teacher. Rifkin works with film and cinema, classical and popular music, canonical art and mass imagery, literature and pornography. His writing and essays can be found on his website.
Julie Cunningham is a dancer and choreographer. Cunningham launched Julie Cunningham & Company in 2017 which debuted at the Barbican with a double bill about gender and identity. The Company have presented new works at the Victoria & Albert Museum, the Southbank Centre and Dance Base - the British Council Showcase at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Cunningham is the Leverhulme Choreography fellow at Rambert.
Concessionary fees are available to attendees who are in receipt of housing and council tax benefits, income support, job seekers allowance or a state pension; full time students with NUS cards or those who are registered disabled.
Please bring evidence of your concessionary status and show it to the ticketing staff on the day of the event.
Please note that bookings are non-transferable and non-refundable unless the event is cancelled by the Centre.
The space is wheelchair accessible. Please contact us if you have any additional access requirements.