Parables Displaced

Parables Displaced

11 – 12 June 2016
Sat noon-6pm Sun noon-4pm
St Alphege Church
POST is the peer-led UK network for artists who respond to place. Inspired by the historic ties of St Alphege to Whitstable, ten artworks have been specially commissioned for installation in the Victorian church building on Whitstable High Street. Each artist has responded to produce distinct and unique works in a variety of media. A fissure appears in the church representing a point of intersection between science and religion. A walking experience that engages ones sentiments when visiting the religious space. A music score that is illuminated, taking inspiration from the cresendoes of orchestral music and vocal harmonies along with the imagery conjured up by the poetry of the hymn itself. A performance of a site-specific existential dialogue that leads into a sung performance of Edith Piaf’s Je Ne Regrette Rien with accompanying projected visual art.

Performances will take place throughout Saturday and Sunday, with two timed performances at 2pm and 4pm on Saturday. There will be an artists’ crit open to the public at 1pm on Sunday.

Artists participating: Marco Cali, Matthew Kay, Aliki Kylika, Fiona Long, Jessica Mautner, Danielle Imara, Natalie Sanders, Soren James, Helena Wee, Mary Yacoob