Cry Me A River : A solo-climate-summit by Anna Mendelssohn

squat-logo-150Cry Me A River
A solo-climate-summit by Anna Mendelssohn
binarycell, 40 Seel Street, L1 4BE

Saturday 25 September 2010 – Doors open 6:30pm, show starts at 7pm
Sunday 26th – Doors open 2:30pm, show starts at 3pm
Monday 27th – Doors open 6:30pm, show starts at 7pm
(Limited free tickets available from The International Gallery, 34 Slater Street, Tue-Sat 2-7pm, closed Mon & Sat) Or on the door at Binarycell / Never Records from opening…

The piece Cry Me A River deals with the complexity of climate change communication and it’s rhetorics. It plays with the monologue format, focussing in on the multiplicity of talking heads, voices and opinions buzzing around this topic.

Concept/Performance: Anna Mendelssohn
Artistic Collaboration: Yosi Wanunu
Music Composition: Jorge Sánchez-Chiong
Light Design: Jan Maertens
Technical Support: David Kent (LJMU)

In co-operation with: Tanzquartier Wien, supported by: the Cultural Department of the City of Vienna and bm:ukk, with the support of: PACT Zollverein (Essen), thanks to: toxic dreams

The performance of Cry Me A River in Liverpool is supported by the Austrian Cultural Forum London and bm:ukk / and is produced as part of the exhibition (space between) at the International Gallery, 18 Sept – 2 Oct – curated by HIGH TIDE www.hightideuk.org
Cry Me A River
A solo-climate-summit by Anna Mendelssohn
binarycell, 40 Seel Street, L1 4BE

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