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Event: [SHIFT:ibpcpa] Biennale 2020

Event: [SHIFT:ibpcpa] Biennale 2020

[SHIFT] The International Biennale of Performance, Collaborative and Participatory Arts

The first [SHIFT:ibpcpa] biennale takes place at the nomadic Wall Space Gallery (Falkirk) in an innovative and fully live-streamed mode on Periscope @SHIFT_ibpcpa. Intermedia artist, Ayshia Taskin, curates the biennale show for [Place/Space/Meaning] and brings together an extraordinary array of 20 international performance artists working with unique collaborative and participatory styles from participatory dance and music to Bio Art.

Please download the full [SHIFT] Biennale programme. To ensure you do not miss any of the events, please follow [SHIFT] on Periscope, Instagram, Twitter and Facebook as well as The Wall Space Gallery @thewallspacegallery on Facebook and Instagram.

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Details

Start:
July 1 @ 9:00 pm
End:
August 30 @ 10:00 pm
Cost:
Free
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Website:
http://ibpcpa.co.uk/

Organiser

[SHIFT:ibpcpa]
Email:
contact@ibpcpa.co.uk
Website:
www.ibpcpa.co.uk

Venue

The Wall Space Gallery
The Wall Space Gallery
Falkirk, Scotland FK2 United Kingdom
Phone:
0000000
Website:
www.thewallspacegallery.com

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