Producer, musician and Ransom Note family member Anna Lann has announced a new immersive performance artwork 'CALL TO ARMS', taking place at the Ugly Duck in Bermondsey between 21st-24th October.
PentHouss’ artists Anna Lann and Yonathan Trichter, in collaboration with curator Helen Neven and choreographer Ekin Bernay, will use dance, sound, light and optical illusion to explore themes of governmental power, control, and social unrest, to convey a direct experience of political mobilization.
A press release continues: "An exposé of the theatrics of order enforcement, CALL TO ARMS reflects on the complex relationship between agents of power and the civilians they supposedly protect; on the instrumentalisation of fear; on the duality of “them” and “us” at street level. Movement is dance; movement is assembly; movement is a call to arms."
This is the first work PentHouss will show in London, following displays at Science Gallery Rotterdam, Holon Design Museum, Tel Aviv Museum of Modern Art and many more.
Each performance runs for approximately 15 minutes and has limited capacity so please RSVP HERE. The private view and opening event is on the 21st 6-9pm. Subsequent performances are scheduled throughout 22-24 October 2021.
Please be aware that the performance contains flashing lights. Viewer discretion is advised.
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