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EXPERIMENTICA15 questions truth

EXPERIMENTICA15, beginning on 4 November, comprises a range of live art and performances from artists in the UK and worldwide.

During the festival at Chapter Arts Centre, 28 acts will perform some of their most challenging and thought provoking work through different approaches, including choreography, song, ventriloquism, poetry and multimedia with some events being live streamed.

Sarah Duffy, Enjoy The Silence. A View From Below, The Old Police Cells Museum, Brighton, 2014. Image: Alice Jacobs.

Sarah Duffy, Enjoy The Silence. A View From Below, The Old Police Cells Museum, Brighton, 2014. Image: Alice Jacobs.

Communications Officer, Mair Jones said, “The curator sets the overarching theme which, this year, is ‘Are you asking for evidence of the truth?’ and the event then shows performances from artists responding to that question.

“All the artists have responded differently to the idea of truth and are exploring it in their own way.”

Aaron Williamson, Demonstrating the World. Photo: Manuel Vason.

Aaron Williamson, Demonstrating the World. Photo: Manuel Vason.

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