The fact that something is occurring in the gallery space implies a presentation, a certain set of events, be that performance, static installation, paintings (though less so these days), and more and more this list has become dynamic and interchangeable. 1,376 more words
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Timon of Athens is a thankless play, on so many levels. Unfamiliar to modern audiences, abrasive in tone, and disjointed to the point of incoherence, Shakespeare and Middleton’s play seems to push at the limits of what constitutes entertainment, like Timon’s last feast of ‘smoke and lukewarm water’ (3.6.89). 692 more words
Liv O’Donoghue is a contemporary Irish choreographer who creates dance pieces to challenge and question society and herself. She boldly experiments with situations and human emotions as well as socially adapted concepts, making the viewer consider them from a different perspective. 354 more words
17th July, 2014 8pm
Then This Theatre Company presents a semi-staged reading of William Shakespeare’s Measure for Measure.
Vienna has become a hotbed of vice. 135 more words
A random found object acting as trigger to a creative response is a well-trodden path. In the exhibition The French Diplomat’s Office by Barbara Bloom the found object is a painting acquired in a flea market in Paris which indeed leads to a well trodden office carpet. 327 more words