Charlie Morrissey will be in residency at iC4C for a week from Monday 29 November to Friday 3 December.
His partner and collaborator Rob Hopper will be working from Wainsgate Chapel; developing a channel between these two places/spaces explored as both real and imaginary locations.
Charlie will be bridging space through live and recorded interventions working with a camera, a computer and live-action words, working inside and out, wandering between streets and fields and finding ways to bring the two together.
Charlie and collaborators will be looking at how we can experience substance and liveness through online platforms and how other times and places and realities can find their way into live events.
Thinking about bridges between places, about how to experience the presence of someone in another part of the world and how to offer someone an experience of where he is/what he’s doing/seeing and vice versa.
As part of the residency, Charlie will be offering Open Practice sessions in a virtual space to practice dancing. Charlie and participants will make experiments with online encounters that will be accessed during the residency while in Nottingham and Yorkshire, morphing one place into the other.
Full details around this residency can be found here.
Landscape headder image by Nick Napier.