Late at Kettle’s Yard
15 June 2018, 6–9pm
In collaboration with the Polyphonic Poetry Festival & Circuit
6–7pm: Polyphonic Poetry Take-over
For the first hour performances, readings and screenings will take place throughout the House, galleries, education spaces and in St Peter’s Church next to Kettle’s Yard. Explore the poetry with the guide below. NB no drinks can be taken into the House.
Ground Floor, Entrance Area: montenegrofisher, sometimes all networks crumble, 2018.
Ground Floor, Gallery Two and roaming: Tim Atkins and Jeff Hilson performing Tim Atkins’ Ode T’Kenneth, 2014
First Floor, Edlis Neeson Research Space: Sophie Seita and Naomi Woo performing Theresa Hak Kyung Cha, Vampyr, 1976 and Reveille dans la Brume, 1977
Second Floor, Ede Room: The Electric Crinolines (Redell Olsen and Drew Milne and featuring Astrid Grace Olsen Milne and Frank Olsen Milne)‘Observation Judgement Action’ or (Foil, Jumping, Daisies), 2018.
18 minutes, performed twice at 6pm and 6.40pm, drop in
House, Ground Floor Dining Room: Adie Mueller and Trui Marden, Live Poetry Jukebox, 2018
House, Ground Floor Bedroom: Antonia Cundy, Seven, 2018
House, Upstairs, Sitting Room and roaming: Julie Patton, Untitled, 2018
House, Upstairs, Dancer Room: Lorenzo Thomas, Intolerance/The French Revolution, 1964 and Joe Brainard, The Gay Way, 1972
House, Attic: Florence Brady performing Floating Islands, written by Stav Poleg and directed by Rosa van Hensbergen
10 minutes, performed three times at 6.15pm, 6.30pm and 6.45pm
House Extension, Upstairs, Library: Anastasia Berg, Anna Melkina and Joel Lucyszyn performing Sappho’s Cactus, written by Annja Neumann and directed by Cary Parker
St Peter’s Church: Lee Ann Brown and Louise Landes Levi: Blake Songs
From 7pm continue to explore the new spaces at Kettle’s Yard, drop in to talks in the Ede Room and the galleries and join in the making in the Clore, or attend the Polyphonic Poetry programme in the House. NB no drinks can be taken in the house.
House, Upper Extension: Initiation to The Magic Workshop, by Helen Adam, performed by Dodie Bellamy, Lee Ann Brown, Imogen Cassels, Christian Coppa, Edward Einhorn, Will Hall, Ian Heames, Peter Hughes, Daniel Katz, Kevin Killian, Louise Landis Levy, Katherine Riley, Lucy Sheerman, Tony Torn, Laura Wetherington, Alice Willets.
Ground Floor, Sackler Gallery: Kettle’s Yard Director Andrew Nairne and Senior Curator Jennifer Powell discuss Antony Gormley: Subject
First Floor, Research Space: Antony Gormley, Infinite Cube opens
Second Floor, Ede Room: ‘Our Place in the Universe’, Dr Matt Bothwell from the Institute of Astronomy talks about our enduring desire to map the stars
House, lower extension: Poetry with Music and Birdsongs: with Lee Ann Brown, Louise Landes Levi, Julie Patton, Haris Psarras (with translation by Calliope Michail), Jonathan Skinner and Hanna Tuulikki.
Ground Floor, Gallery Two: Kettle’s Yard Director Andrew Nairne and Senior Curator Jennifer Powell discusses Antony Gormley: Subject
Second Floor, Ede Room: ‘Our Place in the Universe’, Dr Matt Bothwell from the Institute of Astronomy talks about our enduring desire to map the stars.
Throughout the evening
Clore, Learning Studio: Circuit will be running an art-making workshop inspired by Antony Gormley and Constellations. Join them as they help you map out the constellation of your life.
Garden Kitchen Bar, serving refreshments all evening
|Polyphonic Poetry Festival curated by Lee Ann Brown
Associate Curators: Sophie Seita and Tony Torn
Producer: Tony Torn
Associate Producer: Paige Smeaton
In association with the Judith E. Wilson Poetry Fund.