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Edwin Burdis: The Fruit Machine (a painting & an opera)

Thursday 12 September 2013 to Sunday 15 September 2013, 09:00 to 16:00

An installation and performance centred around an allegorical painting depicting how we on Earth use and abuse our fruits and resources to fulfil desire.

With: Edwin Burdis

Performance Schedule:

Thursday 12 September: 5pm-5.30pm

Saturday 14 September: 3pm-3.30pm

Sunday 15 September: 1pm-1.30pm

An installation of the work will be present in Gallery 1 throughout 4 Days, punctuated by a series of performances bookable through our Box Office.

Featuring a libretto to a musical score created with fellow artist and poet Heather Phillipson, Edwin Burdis' allegorical painting depicts, with great absurdity, how we on Earth use and abuse our fruits and resources to fulfil our own desires.

Other artist's involved in the performed score are Emma Hart, Richard Scott and Kieron Livingstone.

Please note: For the performances you must book your ticket in advance.

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This event is being streamed live on This is Tomorrow

Commissioned by Wysing Arts Centre with funding from the Paul Hamlyn Foundation and Arts Council England.

This event is part of 4 Days : Curtain Call
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