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Nigel Blackburn



Nationality:    British
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The Blackburn Company, led by director Nick Blackburn (previously working with the Wooster Group), Isabelle Schoelcher and Richard Dodwell, uses staging techniques to lead audiences into strange and deeply emotional worlds. The group is committed to dangerous theatre that collides actors, video and music and collaborates with writers, composers and academics to create works inspired by abnormal psychology, cinematic film scores and New York experimental theatre.

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        Unmastered, Remastered

Unmastered, Remastered

Unmastered, Remastered is a performance of Katherine Angels Unmastered: A Book On Desire, Most Difficult To Tell, a collection of literary non-fiction on feminism and sexuality published in 2012. Angel divulges her desire in short libidinal bursts. Knotty, vegetal, fleshy. She quotes Virginia Woolf and Susan Sontag, her lover, and herself. Piercing and lyrical, Unmastered opens up a larger space for the exploration of feelings that can be difficult to express. Angel shows how our lives are shaped by the words we use and the stories we tell. The performance is in collaboration with theatre group The Blackburn Company.

The performance is part of the reading group project Sick Sick Sick: The Books of Ornery Women programmed by Emma Balkind and Laura Edbrook in collaboration with MAP.

1st Produced:
Glasgow: Centre for Contemporary Art    12 May 2014

Blackburn Company

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