By Anna Brownsted
Composed with Will Heasman
featuring Lola Chirico, Annie Dressner, Mark Farr, JG Harding, Tara Kearney, Lilli Mathod, Rosanna Miles, Cary Parker and Teele Uustani
A Fermynwoods Contemporary Art Homemakers commission, with support from Arts Council England and Cambridge Junction
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Created via long-distance collaboration in makeshift home studios across the UK, US and Estonia, Week Nine is lockdown escapism for you and your headphones…a story within a story within a surreal reality.
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Tickets are available as ‘Pay What You Can’ – the suggested price for this event is £5 – but there are a range of ticket prices so you can choose what you can afford from the options, including £0 as we want as many people as possible to access our Homemakers commissions.
We’ve also included a higher option for anyone who wants to take the opportunity to make a larger donation to our artists and organisations. How much you choose to pay is completely up to you, and every audience member will receive exactly the same content and experience.
All the money raised from ticket sales for this event will be split evenly with 50% going directly to the artist and 50% to help Fermynwoods Contemporary Art support life through art.
Homemakers Project Overview
Homemakers is a series of new commissions, where we invite our favourite artists and artistic partners to combine to create work at home, for an audience who are also at home.
We’re not pretending that all art can be experienced online just as satisfactorily as in person; but we want to demonstrate the innovation of artists who work all kinds of forms, by inviting them to respond to this very specific context. We want to bring contemporary new performance to audiences all over the world, in all its form-flexing, mind-expanding, surprising subversive brilliance.
About Anna Brownsted
Anna works across a wide range of media including sound, installation, performance and participation. In the UK, her work has been shown in museums, galleries, theatres and public spaces including the British Museum, Kettle’s Yard, Fermynwoods Contemporary Art, UCL, the Roundhouse, Battersea Art Centre and Cambridge Junction, where she is currently an Associate Artist.
About Fermynwoods Contemporary Art
Fermynwoods Contemporary Art is an educational charity that supports life through art by commissioning innovative and meaningful ways for artists to engage with audiences, in public spaces across Northamptonshire and online.
main image credit: Lilli Mathod