Get Up Stand Up! at Frequency Festival

23 October 2015 - 1 November 2015

Frequency Festival, Drill Hall Cellars, Lincoln

10AM- 5PM Daily (8.5 mins looped)

 

To liberate implicitly refers to a state of being imprisoned – Now and throughout history, in physical, political, social, psychological and emotional ways people are, and have been, both imprisoned and liberated.

This new installation piece, drawing on material from a digitally mastered immersive audio-visual tour at Galleries of Justice Museum, Nottingham, alludes to civil and human rights and those injustices which continue to impede the right to liberty.

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Featured artists:

Sooree Pillay (artistic director/writer) trained at Desmond Jones School Of Mime and Physical Theatre, and later at Ecole Internationale de theatre Jacques Lecoq, as performer and theatre director.

Bernhard Schimpelsberger (music director/composer) is an Austrian-born percussionist who trained in India and as a western drummer.

Karl Ellison (film-maker/editor), has worked internationally as an independent film maker and editor for 15 years.

Juneau Projects (digital mapping) work includes participatory elements involving projection, sound, music, animation and installation.

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Logos for; Arts Council England, Nottingham City Council

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