Found in the Would
Sculpture Trail at Hebden Bridge - Sunday 27th June 2004 from 10 a.m.
Found In The Wouldwas a seven-hour improvisation at the Sculpture Trail at Hebden Bridge.
Jon Dixon, Nina Kane, Barnaby King, Bob Lockwood, Gill Roughley, Taru Sinclair
Original copy towards the performance:
"Six performers, a space in the woods and an improvisation based performance technique called kelmanworks. Anything could happen!
The Kelman Group is performing a day-long piece as part of the Sculpture Trail at Hebden Bridge 2004. The Sculpture Trail happens annually at Hardcastle Crags, a beautiful National Trust property of woodland, river and crags. We'll be in there somewhere, come and find us.
Found In The Would is completely improvised and it will be dynamic, fun, confusing, profound and ridiculous! It invites you to join in the creative process by letting your imaginations run wild, discovering stories, characters, scenes, memories, titles, pictures, meanings...
The performance is completely unplanned and lasts 7 hours! Expect the unexpected!"
Digital Artist Mark Longbottom recorded the event and photos and montages can be seen in Found In The Would gallery