EVENT : May 15, 2014.
Tactile Illusions Vs Sonic Delusions
Manchester Craft & Design Centre is delighted to be apart of this years Northern Quarter After Dark Festival.
Northern Quarter After-Dark is part of Manchester After Hours festival, a one off evening of arts, culture and music taking place across the city on Thursday 15th May in conjunction with Culture 24 and Museums At Night.
MCDC will be celebrating with an evening of animation, music and performance, so join us from 6pm!
We will be kicking off the night with LIVE music from DJ Thats Fantastic Jack: Click here for more info
Ever wondered what happens when MCDC’s doors close to the public each day? Photographer Tristan Poyser spied on our exhibition ‘Tactile Illusions’ one evening, capturing exclusive animation footage of Elizabeth Jane Winstanley’s work at play.
This animation will be showcased exclusively for MCDC’s After Hours event.
Tristan Poyser : http://www.tristanpoyser.com
MCDC will be celebrating with an evening of experimental audiovisual performance with North West collective 0point3recurring, Tactile Illusions Vs Sonic Delusions, will explore the relationships between both physical objects and the spaces in which they inhabit.
Throughout the night they will turn the former Victorian fish market building into an innovative performance space, using the exhibitions sculptural items and artists descriptions to creating a unique live immersive composition.
Performance time: 8.30pm – 10pm
For more information on 0point3recurring : Click here
- Tactile Illusions Vs Sonic Delusions poster tactileA3smaller.jpg
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