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Entr’actes: Alternative Arrangements is a durational collaborative exploration Felicity Bristow Claire Pençak, that unfolds over ten hours from the dark before dawn to the dark after dusk. Part o

Images taken on a remote camera of the performance of Entr’actes: Alternative Arrangements. (Two images were taken every 10 minutes throughout the day)

Entr’actes: Alternative Arrangements is a durational collaborative exploration by SSA Member Felicity Bristow and artist & choreographer Claire Pençak, that unfolds over ten hours (7am – 5pm) from the dark before dawn to the dark after dusk. This durational studio performance is a response through movement, architecture and materials to Hutton’s Unconformity at Inchbonny, Jedburgh.
The artists worked through a series of action scores and material interventions exploring accumulation and dis-accumulation, erosion and deposition, change of state, reset and rearrangement and the near, far and infinite. Audiences were invited to enter the performance at any time and stay for as long as they wish as it evolves.

The performance was part of a day long programme of artist led events in Jedburgh on November 19th 2017 as part of the wider ‘Mapping the Borders’ programme for the Being Human Festival.

Sunday November 19th Sunrise (7.53am) – Sunset (15.57pm)

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Images taken on a remote camera of the performance of Entr’actes: Alternative Arrangements. (Two images were taken every 10 minutes throughout the day)<br />
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Entr’actes: Alternative Arrangements is a durational collaborative exploration by SSA Member Felicity Bristow and artist & choreographer Claire Pençak, that unfolds over ten hours (7am – 5pm) from the dark before dawn to the dark after dusk. This durational studio performance is a response through movement, architecture and materials to Hutton’s Unconformity at Inchbonny, Jedburgh.<br />
The artists worked through a series of action scores and material interventions exploring accumulation and dis-accumulation, erosion and deposition, change of state, reset and rearrangement and the near, far and infinite. Audiences were invited to enter the performance at any time and stay for as long as they wish as it evolves. <br />
<br />
The performance was part of a day long programme of artist led events in Jedburgh on November 19th 2017 as part of the wider ‘Mapping the Borders’ programme for the Being Human Festival.<br />
<br />
Sunday November 19th Sunrise (7.53am) – Sunset (15.57pm)