Megan Broadmeadow: SEEK - PRAY - ADVANCE

Thursday 12 April

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Megan Broadmeadow: SEEK - PRAY - ADVANCE

WHAT WOULD YOU DO IF YOU WERE A CHOSEN ONE?

WOULD YOU EMBRACE OR HIDE?

IF YOU ACCEPTED YOUR FATE, HOW WOULD YOU TRANSMIT THIS NEWS TO THE WORLD?

The Sci Fi choir is a collaboration between Bristol based musicians, singers and artists and initiated by artist Megan Broadmeadow in collaboration with composer Matthew Faulkner and choir master Nicholas Sutton.

For Experimentica the choir will be creating a series of performative soundscapes which explore the multidimensional world of alien voices.  The work has been created through workshops in which the choir has investigated sonic interpretations of the similarities of delusional disorder, religious euphoiria, spiritual transformation and the contemporary phenomena of alien contact.

The sci fi choir is part of wider research project by Broadmeadow in which she is developing an interdisciplinary artwork entitled SEEK- PRAY- ADVANCE.  Comprising of installation, video, performance and sound. It will unfold as an episodically during 2018-19 across the UK. The first Episode - EYES ONLY is currently on show at CGP London and features a soundtrack performed by the Sci Fi Choir.  This marks the departure point for the work, which will be travelling onto Green Man Festival for episode 2 (august 2018) then will culminate with episode 3 at QUAD, Derby in autumn 2019.  The sounds of the sci fi choir will also be celebrated in an ep by Bristol based Paper Folds Records in 2019.

SEEK-PRAY- ADVANCE is generously supported by QUAD, Derby; Arts Council England, Southwark Council, The Paul & Louise Cooke Endowment and Green Man Festival.Megan Broadmeadow’s research and development leading to this national touring project is generously supported by Arts Council England’s grants for the arts programme and the Arnolfini Bristol. 

 

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Reserve your tickets online, over the phone (029 2030 4400) or in person and collect them from the box office as usual. Any uncollected tickets will be released 30 mins before the start of the performance. Following the performance, there will be a collection bucket on your way out of the theatre where you can make your donation. 

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