Please join us for a special welcome to a new cultural season at Peninsula Arts, which will also include a live performance and film screening as part of the Plymouth Art Weekender.
In a series of poetic texts performed with a drumbeat
backing track and psychedelic film projections, Das Hund (Samuel Levack and
Jennifer Lewandowski) reflect on their concerns about the place of the artist
in a contemporary society that increasingly seeks to commodify creativity.
Taking words and inspiration from activist Nicholas Saunders 1975
counterculture guidebook ‘Alternative England and Wales’, they journey through
towns and cities, reimagining radical ideas that are returning to the popular
imagination. Additional poetic reflections on the homogenisation of art
practice, and the use of technology, set the scene for a visionary exploration
of the modern world.
Ground floor, Roland Levinsky
Building, Plymouth University