Help us to define which of the AltPitch applicants will receive our commission. Some artists below submitted their complete shows, some are showing their Research & Development work. Three shows from the main programme with the highest ratings by the audience will receive £1500 each for their next production.
The cost of monthly Watch & Rate ticket is £3. Please note that to make the vote meaningful, the minimal viewing time before you can rate the artworks is 3 minutes.
The fringe programme can be viewed for free but you cannot rate the artworks in this section.
By LUCY BRENNAN SHIEL
In response to the urgency of climate change within our biosphere, we seek a sense of embodiment in our interconnectedness with the planet, via a specific Irish bogland explored within a virtual environment.
By LILA NARUSE
Inspired by the state of ‘flow’; an optimal experience into the limits of our concentration, with a sense of fluidity between body and mind.
By CLIFF CRAWFORD
Inviting someone to be involved in the curation of the gallery space is an invitation to collaborate in the content of a story.
By SYNTROPY STATES
An experiential breath pacer using digital generative art accompanied by 8D and binaural music.
By Ruby Colley
An exploration of folk music, sound and nature through the sonic lens of lockdown.
By PENNY PEPPER
Through the voice of Nicola performed by Liz Carr, the work has captured something of the excitement created by Paul Hunt’s letter in The Guardian. But also the horror, the drudgery and chronic abuse within those care homes – which still continues for some to this day.
By EDIFICE Dance Theatre
Two bodies meet in a dystopian landscape and merge into one. This series breathes life into the lungs of the architecture that houses us.
By BEVERLEY BISHOP
“If I wave my magic wand, will you come back?” Finding Magic is a beautiful and poignant new one-woman show created especially for an online audience from writer and performer Beverley Bishop.
By LIBERTY QUINN
I want to unfold this narrative by connecting the human touch in technical language with the data of landscape.
By ERICA SMITH & ExploreTheArch
A virtual tour of the Looking at Things exhibition initially intended to be installed in Hastings Museum and Art Gallery and re-invented as an online exhibition in less than three weeks.
By ROB FARR
Real VR – Fake VR is a 360° film experience that transports the viewer to a vast digital environment, moving slowly through a dazzling array of fluorescent geometry.