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Deep Dawn Dreaming

12:00pm daily from Friday 26 March until Saturday 3 April

Times shown are in GMT (UTC +0) up to the 27th March. For events on or after 28th March times are in BST (UTC +1).

‘Everything that can be used to resist the culture of fear is a sign of our living culture’ – Juan Muñoz and Len Breen (1978)

For the Deep Dawn Dreaming project artists Idit Nathan and Sarah Wood will formulate an art experiment. They will navigate the rich history of the art manifesto, addressing a century of art rules gathered from across the world, to generate an evolving online exhibition. The original manifestos range from the personal to the political, always united by the belief that art is ‘a vital and empowering force’.

For the ten days of this year’s festival Nathan and Wood will select at random a manifesto and live by its rules for that day. They will work in isolation united only by the rules that confront them. These will define the scope of that day’s creative act.

At the end of each day they will each upload the result to create an evolving online exhibition. Part process, part statement, all manifestation: Deep Dawn Dreaming will ultimately stand as testimony to the power of the human imagination to transform any situation however constraining.

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Additional Information

Age: All Ages
Timing: Available on Demand
Theme: Explore, Society
Image copyright: Idit Nathan and Sarah Wood

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