Hull Time Based Arts (HTBA) emerged in 1984 from the underground activity of artists, filmmakers, theorists and musicians interested in presenting and promoting their work and the work of others.
Through festivals, bursaries, commissions, residencies, screenings and exhibitions, HTBA supports and promotes the work of artists using video, sound, live performance and new technologies.
4 new and original live art and contemporary performance projects linked by the theme of change have been presented at the weekend.
Reflecting both tiny and momentous shifts in time, place and history, Andy Abbott, James Brown & Rose Butler, Sohail Khan and Sarah Spanton presented performance, installation, moving image and digital works, seen for the first time in Time and Tidal Flow. The weekend also presented projects developed by emerging artists on NWYs mentoring scheme, Live Connections; Jo Ashbridge, Claire Blundell Jones, Hannah Bolland.
The programme comprises 7 works exploring and commenting on change; social change, historical change, environmental changes, economic changes (lack of work, resorting to unskilled work e.g. cleaning) changes in emotional states and change as a pure physical process.
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