Serpentine Park Nights 2015 by Cos | ITSLIQUID

Serpentine Park Nights 2015 by Cos

Design | August 24, 2015 |

001Image courtesy of Serpentine Gallery

Serpentine Park Nights 2015 by Cos

Between June and October 2015, the Serpentine Galleries presents Park Nights, an annual series of live events in the Serpentine Pavilion 2015, designed by selgascano. The seven events, comprising theatre, dance, choreography, film and music, include new commissions by artists that explore questions around the body and the stage.

002Image courtesy of Serpentine Gallery

In a theatrical performance incorporating film and philosophy, Fleur Melbourn imagines Thelma and Louise’s protagonists in the afterlife, while Jesse Darling re-thinks themes from the classical play Antigone through a contemporary perspective. Christodoulos Panayiotou presents a new version of his performative lecture-reaing Dying on stage, which incorporates new choreography for dancer Jean Capeille. Drawing Park Nights to a close Mette Ingvartsen presents Speculations, a piece which addresses transformation and imagination in the choreographic process.

003Image courtesy of Serpentine Gallery

This year’s series also includes performances by Christian Wolff With Apartament House ensemble and an evening dedicated to the 50th anniversary of the legendary international poetry incarnation, with poet Michael Horovitz.

 

Serpentine Pavillion, Kensington Gardens: Exhibition
23 June – 16 October 2015
more.  www.serpentinegalleries.org

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