Station House Opera: Dissolved 

6. Mar - 22. Mar 14 / ended Beaconsfield

Installation - Free. Performances - £12/ £8 booking required:

Installation open Wednesday-Saturday 11am-5pm. Performances on Thursday, Friday, Saturday at 7.30pm

Exhibition | Installation | London

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image courtesy of Station House Opera

image courtesy of Station House Opera

A brand-new international production from award-winning performance company Station House Opera.

Installation open Wednesday-Saturday 11am-5pm (free)
Performances on Thursday, Friday, Saturday at 7.30pm (Tickets £12/ £8 booking required: )

An installation and performance that uses telematics and live video streaming to dissolve creative public spaces in London and Berlin, bringing people from both cities into dynamic connection. Merged and overlaid, people and objects find they are both one thing and another, sometimes dissolving together to make a third, in a disconcerting, arresting and occasionally hilarious meditation on the instability of culture and identity.

Dissolved is presented for three weeks during March. By day the installation is open for visitors in London and Berlin (Wednesday – Saturday, 11am-5pm) to explore the transformed spaces with their international counterparts. Each evening the installation is brought to life again at 7.30pm when visitors find their place, merging with the audience gathering in Berlin to watch a group of three performers in both locations create a parable for our globalised times.

Dissolved is a collaboration between Station House Opera, Berlin-based artists Florian Feigl and Christopher Hewitt, with Beaconsfield and Sophiensæle, produced by Artsadmin.

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