Now Is The Time To Say Nothing (Jabberwocky Market) | Quaker Meeting House Darlington  | Thu 11th April 2019 Lineup

Now Is The Time To Say Nothing (Jabberwocky Market)

Quaker Meeting House in Darlington

Thursday 11th - Saturday 13th April 2019

Thu 7:00pm til Sat 7:00pm

Minimum Age: 12

Now Is The Time To Say Nothing is an interactive sound and video installation exploring the role of screens in observing global conflicts.

 
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Now Is The Time To Say Nothing (Jabberwocky Market) on Thursday 11th - Saturday 13th April 2019

By Reem Karssli and Caroline Williams

Now Is The Time To Say Nothing is an interactive sound and video installation exploring the role of screens in observing global conflicts. The show is a provocation against armchair passivity for 14 people at a time.

Using stunning video and immersive sound, it follows the real story of Syrian artist Reem Karssli as she captures her daily experience of the Syrian conflict on camera. We see what emerges when she is contacted by a group of teenagers from the UK who want to see beyond the footage they’ve watched on their TVs.

Together they made this experience which attempts to connect a UK audience to the human story behind the news. Created over four years, following Reem into an exile which forced her to leave her camera behind, Now Is The Time To Say Nothing is an intimate exploration of what it means to stay connected to each other and of what happens when war and the need for survival gets in the way.

(contains depictions of war)


Dates and Times:

Thursday 11 April @ 7pm & 9pm

Friday 12 April @ 1pm, 7pm & 9pm

Saturday 13 April @ 1pm, 4pm & 7pm

Tickets are available @ www.luxicreative.co.uk/jabberwocky-market/

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