Kate McIntosh
WORKTABLE
Visual Arts, Performance
Price: EUR 10
Dates
Vergangene Termine
06. Jun
Saturday
Time: 2pm - 9pm, performance starts every 15 min, admission until 8.30pm
 
07. Jun
Sunday
Time: 2pm - 9pm, performance starts every 15 min, admission until 8.30pm (Family Sunday: for children aged 6 or over accompanied by an adult. Free admission up to age 12)
 
08. Jun
Monday
Time: 5pm - 9pm, performance starts every 15 min, admission until 8.30pm
 
10. Jun
Wednesday
Time: 5pm - 9pm, performance starts every 15 min, admission until 8.30pm
 
11. Jun
Thursday
Time: 5pm - 9pm, performance starts every 15 min, admission until 8.30pm
 
12. Jun
Friday
Time: 5pm - 9pm, performance starts every 15 min, admission until 8.30pm
 
13. Jun
Saturday
Time: 5pm - 9pm, performance starts every 15 min, admission until 8.30pm
 
14. Jun
Sunday
Time: 2pm - 7pm, performance starts every 15 min, admission until 6.30pm (Family Sunday: for children aged 6 or over accompanied by an adult. Free admission up to age 12)
 
15. Jun
Monday
Time: 5pm - 9pm, performance starts every 15 min, admission until 8.30pm
 
16. Jun
Tuesday
Time: 5pm - 9pm, performance starts every 15 min, admission until 8.30pm
 
17. Jun
Wednesday
Time: 5pm - 9pm, performance starts every 15 min, admission until 8.30pm
 
Weitere Termine
© Kate Mc Intosh
  • Suitable for children

    from the age of 13 up.
    Family Sundays: for children aged 6 or over accompanied by an adult. Free admission up to age 12

  • Schools

    Every morning from 8 to 17 June we have special opening hours for school groups of pupils aged 13 and over to attend Worktable as well as an opportunity to discuss the ideas and themes of the play: the value of things, the world of consumerism, sustainability and creativity.

    If you are interested please email to kulturvermittlung@festwochen.at

Let’s get to work! That’s the invitation enterprising artist Kate McIntosh has chosen to extend. The participatory installation entitled Worktable can be accessed by each member of the audience individually. As they enter the series of rooms, they are confronted with instructions. Old second-hand objects await, eager to have hammers, scissors or drills relieve them of their functionality. It’s in your hands!
In a consumerist world Kate McIntosh opens up a new scope of action for the audience. Do objects have to have a function if they are not to become disposable waste? Can destruction be a form of transformation? Highly topical issues of sustainability converge with the notion of loving care.

  • Artistic Team

    Concept, Direction Kate McIntosh Technical Coordination Clare Noonan, Anda Skrejane Production Management Sarah Parolin

  • Production

    Production SPIN (Brüssel) Funded by University of Roehampton as a comission in the frame of Performance Is a Dirty Work Thanks to Bruno Roubicek, Hester Chillingworth, Caroline Daish, Palli Banine, Ant Hampton, Joe Kelleher, Tim Etchells, Adrian Heathfield, Simon Bayly

    Premiere May 2011, Battersea Arts Centre (London)

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