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People With Tights On Their Heads Perform In Granary Building

By Lindsey Last edited 45 months ago
People With Tights On Their Heads Perform In Granary Building

This afternoon, something unusual will happen in the Granary Building at King's Cross. The new shed-like installation Black Maria acts as an architectural platform for a site specific performance, "and it went everywhere / II".

The 15-minute performances involve faceless bodies, masked in black tights, moving to a set of invisible instructions, "extending and reflecting relationships between points, lines, curves and each other — merging body, geometrics, architecture, space and meaning".

Black Maria is a major new installation in the Granary Building at King's Cross. It's a huge timber structure which you can walk through during the day. In the evenings, steps become seats and the space hosts screenings and discussions.

A2 Company's and it went everywhere / II will happen in the Granary Building at 4pm, 5pm and 6pm for 15 minutes. Free admission. Find out what else is happening in Black Maria here.

Last Updated 04 March 2013