Sat 24 March 2012 // 21:00 / Cinema
Three live performances embrace the concept of Hauntology at the moment we skip an hour to mark the beginning of British Summertime.
Based on the idea that there are numerous unrealized futures deriving from past points in history, Hauntology makes us nostalgic for a future that never was.
Working from recordings of demolished North East buildings, Ground Rhythms by Forest Swords is performed only once before being destroyed.
Inspired by Kubrick’s The Shining, 1920s ballroom dance, and human memory creation, The Caretaker creates dream-like music that slows down time.
Pye Corner Audio is influenced by nostalgia for the BBC Radiophonic Workshop of the 1970s.
Tickets: £10 that you can buy here
Curated by Lauren Lucretia Elliott. Supported by The Factory at Tyneside Cinema.
Part of AV Festival 12: As Slow As Possible, www.avfestival.co.uk
WHOLE PROGRAMME OF THE AV AT THE STAR AND SHADOW HERE http://www.starandshadow.org.uk/on/season/111