We’ve added some more of the FaB Fringe Arts Bath events and performances to our calendar too!
On Wednesday 31 May, regular Fab Fringe Visitors Ron Hutt & Anna Novakov present Experiments in Olfactory and Musical Composition from 4pm in 44AD. We’ve seen R&A in action before, and can assure you that tho’ it might be strange, it’s never uninteresting or unmoving. They’re pretty darn unique and we’re lucky they keep on coming here.
On the same day [you can see both, no problem] local Folk-Horror film anthology REWILDING has a showing at 7pm in Newark Works. The Guardian bless ’em thinks it’s ‘outsider cinema’ so let’s take that as a compliment, ey? The event also includes Finglebone playing atmospherics, drones and field recordings along with relevant visuals.
Karen Wallis is another regular FaB contributor and local arts figure. She’s been lucky enough to be Artist in Residence at the excavations of the amazing Ness of Brodgar on Orkney, and on 3rd June at Newark Works she will be showing work and a film, with particular reference to the Archaeologists’ own everyday process.
On June 5th at 8pm at Newark Works, two text based performances about Gender and The Body. Both pieces seen as work-in-progress at Bristol’s Tobacco Factory as part of SPARK, a curated series of pieces by outstanding early career artists.
GRIPE brings international video to Newark Works every day 11am-6pm. ‘Bath’s Tiny LoFi Indie Film Show’ is what it says, and as a description that’s a good start… For programming look here.