Your Words and My Mouth 22-23 September 2007

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Your Words and My Mouth 22-23 September 2007

Postby dan » Tue Sep 18, 2007 11:26 am

Your Words and My Mouth
22-23 September 2007
Hospitalfield House, Arbroath

http://www.yourwordsandmymouth.com


Jonathan Adam
Blood Music
Neil Clements
Craig Coulthard
Ilana Halperin
Sam Kennedy
Killerstreet
Toshiyuki Kobayashi
Derek Lodge
Nob
Anna McCarthy
Alasdair Roberts
Jonathan Scott
David Sherry
Krisdy Shindler
Christian Sievers
Catherine Street
Sir Leonard Hatred Devotional Ensemble
Claire Todd
Usurper
Duncan Williamson
Your Words and My Mouth is a two-day exhibition and live arts event
which will be held at Hospitalfield House, Arbroath on the 22 and 23
September, 2007, from 2-10pm each day. The event features the work of
21 contemporary practitioners, comprised in an exhibition of visual
art, performance, music, film and sound work.

The historic Hospitalfield House and its grounds will host a wide
range of practices from painting to experimental sound work,
providing a significant and challenging context in which to exhibit
contemporary art; the house and its cultural and architectural
heritage acting as a catalyst for many of the artists. Hospitalfield
House has also facilitated a number of residencies and supported the
production of site-specific works in advance of the event. These will
combine with the new works from the international and nationally
selected artists, including: installed-sculpture, film, print,
installation and performance.

Your Words and My Mouth exhibits new work from all artists and
champions the results of a number of first time collaborations.
Artists showing works produced while in residence are: Neil Clements,
Craig Coulthard, Sam Kennedy, Catherine Street. A commissioned
edition of screenprints by David Sherry has also been produced and
Swedish artist Karl-Jonas (Blood Music) will launch his new album,
followed by a live set with guest musicians. Other exhibited works
and performances include a new installed-audio-piece by Ilana
Halperin from the ongoing project 'Toward Heilprin Land', and the
unique opportunity to hear renowned storyteller Duncan Williamson and
the acclaimed Scottish musician Alasdair Roberts.

The history of Hospitalfield’s substantial cultural links provides a
powerful backdrop to the works, which though not exclusively site-
specific, invite new interpretations when viewed in this context.

- Your Words and My Mouth is free and open to the public 2–10pm
Saturday 22 and Sunday 23 September, 2007

- Transport to and from the event by bus will be provided from
Edinburgh and Glasgow. To book a seat please call DCA box office on
01382 909900. There is no charge for tickets, however a booking fee
of £2.00 will be applied

- Edinburgh - Pick-up/drop-off point - East Market Street
Depart Sat 22nd 12:00 (noon)

Return Sun 23rd departing Hospitalfield House 22:00

- Glasgow - Pick-up/drop-off point – Mackintosh Building, Glasgow
School of Art
Depart Sat 22nd 11:30

Return Sun 23rd departing Hospitalfield House 22:00


- A free campsite will be provided in the grounds of Hospitalfield
House on the night of Sat 22nd September. To book a pitch please
email camping@yourwordsandmymouth.com


- Your Words and My Mouth is a catered event


- For full programme and information see http://www.yourwordsandmymouth.com


Your Words and My Mouth is a curatorial collaboration between Dundee
Contemporary Arts, University of Dundee Exhibitions Department,
Generator Projects, Bad Bad Boys Club and Hospitalfield; the first
large-scale collaboration between these Dundee-based curators.

For more information please visit http://www.yourwordsandmymouth.com
alternatively email mail@yourwordsandmymouth.com
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Postby Jimmy Bastard » Tue Sep 18, 2007 11:30 am

that all sounds like an intirguing jolly,
reckon i'm on the bus for that one.
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Postby martinmckenna » Tue Sep 18, 2007 1:46 pm

sounds good

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Postby martinmckenna » Tue Sep 18, 2007 1:47 pm

sounds good

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Postby Jimmy Bastard » Tue Sep 18, 2007 7:59 pm

double true.
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Postby thehemulen » Tue Sep 18, 2007 11:17 pm

damn, id do anything to see ali roberts play again. i know the scoffer would verify my endorsement ; )
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