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Projections is Tyneside Cinema’s artist programme. From regular screenings, live events and new commissions to artist development opportunities, the programme works with artists to imagine the cinema of the future. One of the events taking place as part of this programme on Thursday 25th July is Bryony Gillard’s Harmonic Anatomies/Wet Mouths.

Bryony’s practice reflects upon events, approaches and ideas that refuse to be pinned down or categorized and attempts to create a space for genealogies of Feminist practice that are allusive, messy and entangled in contemporary concerns. Her performance at Tynesaide Cinema will feature a polyphonic performance, a lecture, a puppet play and an improvisation jam to explore readings of the female (or feminised) voice as dangerous, and something that should be controlled or silenced. It takes place across the live space of the cinema and virtual space that overlaps immersive moving image work with live vocals, movement and sound. 

Tickets are £6 or £4 for concessions and show starts at 6pm.

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