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Conversation Pieces: boyleANDshaw at Tate Britain 10 Dec

In Adam James, Adrian Shaw, Art, Artprojx, Biggi Stiller, boyleANDshaw, David Gothard, David Gryn, Entertainment, ICA, Keeley Forsyth, London, Malachy Orozco, Malin Ståhl, Matthew Boyle, Max Reinhardt., Performance, Performance Art, Plastique Fantastique, Sam Belinfante, Tate Britain on 25/11/2010 at 10:54 am

Conversation Pieces: boyleANDshaw

Friday 10 December 2010
2 – 3.30pm
TATE BRITAIN, Duffield Room

www.tate.org.uk

bAs at ICA 2010 photo: Biggi Stiller

This performance-based boyleANDshaw event relates their practice, which produces conditions for the creation of the new and the unexpected, to works in the Tate Collection. Tate Britain Duffield Room £5, booking recommended
For tickets book online www.tate.org.uk or call 020 7887 8888.

boyleANDshaw have worked in partnership since 2007, producing dense workswith multiple and repeated socio-cultural, philosophical and aesthetic references and themes. Committed to exploring collaborative practice, they frequently elaborate their projects with other artists and performers. They consider themselves to be catalysts, producing conditions for the creationof the new and the unanticipated.

Their performance pieces include Dynamite Fighter (Artprojx at GSK Contemporary, Royal Academy, 2008), The Funnel of Love (176 Gallery, 2009), Maiastra, Please Sing! (Romanian Cultural Institute, 2009) and The Filthy Songs Of Their Fathers (Guest Projects, 2010), The Scuttler (David Gryn curated at ICA, 2010).

Among their current projects is an exploration of I Rise In Flame, Cried The Phoenix by Tennessee Williams, which they have been developing at the National Theatre Studio.

see

http://www.boyleandshaw.co.uk/

http://www.artprojx.com

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