Doppelgangster is heading to Melbourne and Sydney with this incredible new show...
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OPPORTUNITY: I am looking for emerging artists or a group of artists who would be interested in me acting as a mentor for them on their next project.…Continue
OPPORTUNITY: I am looking for an emerging artist or group of artists who would be interested in me acting as a mentor for them on their next project.…Continue
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Hello! It's 2456 days since my first blog post on the NTW community.
2456 is coincidently a postcode in New South Wales near Coffs Harbour and what you earn before tax if you take home £1,934.
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Here it is! Excitement, wonder, amazement. It's what you've all been waiting for. Doppelgangster's Annual Report 2015/16. Read all about the first season of work by this unsettling Welsh/Australian collaboration. And if you don't like reading, look at all…Continue
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Image | Sebastien Jamain
California based environmental activist/researcher Judee Burr talks about Doppelgangster's TITANIC at…Continue
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I'm really excited to announce the premiere of Baby by Doppelgangster and MKA. It's on at Vault Festival, London, 27th January to 7th - Feb.
Text-based, post-dramatic, political satire that is mostly as described in the image above; an audience with a polar bear; a victim…Continue
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Image: Debbie Woodley Text: Asah Rehman, Friends of the Earth
Doppelgangster's flagship production…Continue
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"For a while, I thought: Why are we diving into history while new parts are made, while the very ground we are standing on is shaking? But, some days later, I realized that (the film) "Titanic" gave us help in interpreting the new disaster," Director James Cameron.
These are images from the second phase of Doppelgangster's research and development for…Continue
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This show is the outcome of intensive research and development at NTW's Summer Camp 2015. It is the first phase is an exciting new international collaboration between Tobias Manderson-Galvin, myself and Hannah Van Den Bergh. This has been a challenging voyage into the politics of migration,…Continue
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Cymerau are looking for artists who are keen to work with us on a water themed project in Borth and Tal-y-bont, mid Wales.
By artists we mean:
"You might be a photographer, poet, graphic designer, juggler, storyteller, aerial dancer, painter, writer, performer, filmmaker, potter, woodturner, puppeteer or anybody else. We are looking for a…Continue
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Yesterday was World Water Day 2015 and the four Hydrocitizenship teams (Lee Valley, Bristol, Shipley, mid Wales) staged water themed activities in their local areas.
The Cymerau team put on a day long event at the Centre for Alternative Technology, where we met with artists connected to Borth and Tal-y-bont.
The aim of the…
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On 22nd March 2015, artists connected to Borth, Tal-y-bont and the surrounding area are invited to attend a one day event at the Centre for Alternative…Continue
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Right now I'm at a storytelling event at the Friendship in Borth. Peter Stephenson is entertaining a packed pub with tales of the sea and the bog. This storytelling event is part of Cymerau, an arts based research project exploring the relationship individuals and communities have with water in Borth and Talybont, mid Wales. Part of the event was streamed live online earlier this evening. Peter is just telling his final tale of the night. It's about a beautiful mermaid.
We want to…Continue
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Cymerau (or confluence in English) is part of a UK wide research project called Hydrocitizenship (2014-2017) that is being funded by the AHRC. This work aims to engage communities in creative conversations about water and related…Continue
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I recently went to see Jony Easterby's for For the Birds at Ynyshir Nature Reserve. I wrote a review of the event for Culture Colony Quarterly.
"After disembarking a crowded coach from Aberystwyth, I joined almost two hundred warmly dressed spectators in the chilly moonlit car park at the entrance to Ynys-hir Nature Reserve, in the centre of the UNESCO designated Dyfi Biosphere. Moving slowly on foot we spread out along a narrow track lit by a string of a thousand…Continue
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