East End Collaborations 2003
An intensive weekend programme of new work by new artists.
Saturday 8 and Sunday 9 November
Queen Mary, University of London
Mile End Road, London E1
EEC Platform 2003 is an opportunity for emerging practitioners from across London to present new performance and time based works, and an invitation to audiences to experience an exciting range of Live Art by the artists of tomorrow.
Saturday 8 November from 18.00
Fandance and Roses
Making Ends Meet
Untitled Performance # 7
Squirrel and Nej
Beet, Brown and Root
Helen Marie Frosi
Ephemera Acquirer: Regarding the Overlooked
Dorothy Do It
The Soft Nostomania of a Bunny Life
Sunday 9 November from 17.00
Stephen Robins & Jenny Smith
Spit and Lick
Glass Eyed Productions
Nicholas James Albert McArthur
Their only drive in life is to bludgeon me to death and make my life a misery
Ben Connors and Holly Darton
Please note that the programme may be subject to change.
£5 (£3 concessions) per day or £8 (£6 concessions) for a 2 day pass.
020 7882 5196
The Arts Building, Queen Mary, University of London, Mile End Road, London E1 4NS. (between Mile End and Stepney Green Tubes)
The EEC Platform 2003 is a part of East End Collaborations, a joint venture between People's Palace Productions, Queen Mary, University of London and the Live Art Development Agency offering a number of support structures for graduates and emerging artists based in London.
Now in its fifth year East End Collaborations 2003 aims to respond to the professional development needs of artists who are at an early stage of their practice by providing opportunities to access information, advice and expertise through the training day Everything You Wanted To Know About Live Art But Were Afraid To Ask, Part Two, to receive input and critical feedback through a new Mentoring Scheme and to showcase their work through the open submissions EEC Platform.
EEC Platform 2003 artists' Mentors are Joshua Sofaer, Franko B, Stacy Makishi, Vanessa Richards and Helen Paris.
East End Collaborations 2003 is financially assisted by Arts Council England.