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Created via long-distance collaboration in makeshift home studios across the UK, US and Estonia, Week Nine is lockdown escapism – a story within a story within a surreal reality.
It’s okay, drink the Kool-Aid.
Created by Anna Brownsted, composed with Will Heasman, featuring Lola Chirico, Annie Dressner, Mark Farr, JG Harding, Tara Kearney, Lilli Mathod, Rosanna Miles, Cary Parker and Teele Uustani.
Duration: 16 mins.
Recommended Age: 15+ (Contains intense and sudden sounds)
Week Nine is a Fermynwoods Contemporary Art and Cambridge Junction Homemakers commission, part of HOME Manchester’s Homemakers series, where artists create new works in isolation for an audience also isolated by the coronavirus lockdown.
Tickets are available as ‘Pay What You Can’ – the suggested price for this event is £5 – but there are a range of ticket prices so you can choose what you can afford from the options, including £0 as we want as many people as possible to access our Homemakers commission.
All the money raised from ticket sales for this event will be split evenly with 50% going directly to the artist and 50% to help Fermynwoods Contemporary Art support life through art.
Experience Week Nine and other Homemakers commissions at: homemcr.org/production/week-nine
Image: Lilli Mathod