Live performance and film screening of 'Red Route Raves on Empty Roads' by Das Hund
  • Ground floor, Roland Levinsky Building, Plymouth University

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Please join us for a special welcome to a new cultural season at Peninsula Arts, which will also include a live performance and film screening as part of the Plymouth Art Weekender.

In a series of poetic texts performed with a drumbeat backing track and psychedelic film projections, Das Hund (Samuel Levack and Jennifer Lewandowski) reflect on their concerns about the place of the artist in a contemporary society that increasingly seeks to commodify creativity. Taking words and inspiration from activist Nicholas Saunders 1975 counterculture guidebook ‘Alternative England and Wales’, they journey through towns and cities, reimagining radical ideas that are returning to the popular imagination. Additional poetic reflections on the homogenisation of art practice, and the use of technology, set the scene for a visionary exploration of the modern world.

25 September 2015 | 16:00

Ground floor, Roland Levinsky Building, Plymouth University

Free admission

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Samuel Levack and Jennifer Lewandowski

Live and work in London, UK.

Samuel Levack and Jennifer Lewandowski’s collaborative practice includes installation, performance, video, painting, sculpture and music. Their work has been shown in the UK, Europe, and the USA.

Recent exhibitions and performances include Plymouth Contemporary Open, Peninsula Arts, Plymouth (2015), Now Age, Garage Rotterdam, Netherlands (2015), The Time We Need, Evelyn Yard, London (2015), A Bright Night: Technologies of Affect, Serpentine Galleries and Goethe-Institut, London (2015), Poetry Film Solstice, ICA, London (2014), Alternative Equinox, French Riviera, London (2014–15), Das Hund and The Pilgrim Shells, Whitstable Biennale, UK (2014).

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