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Add to Calendar 29-04-2013 05-05-2013 15 The Quiet Volume & Cue China (Elsewhere, Offshore) UK-based artist Ant Hampton in collaboration with Tim Etchells explore a new type of automatic, self-generating performance (Autoteatro) in two New York premieres co-presented by Performance Space 122 and the PEN World Voices Festival: The Quiet Volume - Ant Hampton and Tim Etchells - April 29 - May 5 - NYU Bobst Library | 70 Washington Square S | NYC - Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture | 515 Malcolm X Boulevard | NYC - Reservations recommended - visit ps122.org - Co-presented by Performance Space 122 and PEN World Voices Festival - The Quiet Volume, a collaboration between Ant Hampton and Tim Etchells, exposes the strange magic at the heart of the reading experience. A self-generated and ‘automatic’ performance, Autoteatro, for two at a time experienced in the reading room of a library, audience members sit side-by-side taking cues from words both written and whispered – via an iPod and headphones – and find themselves burrowing an unlikely path through a pile of books. Available in English and Spanish. New York premiere supported by the British Council. Duration: 55 minutes – 1 hour Cue China (Elsewhere, Offshore) - Ant Hampton - May 1 – 5 - NYU Bobst Library | 70 Washington Square S | NYC - Reservations recommended - visit ps122.org - Co-presented by Performance Space 122 and PEN World Voices Festival - An Autoteatro experience for two, Cue China (Elsewhere, Offshore) asks the pair to face each other through a glass teleprompter, which reveals a video conversation between creator Ant Hampton and a recently injured factory worker from China. This real footage is nestled within a curious fiction: over time the audience’s identities begin to literally merge with someone too often perceived as voiceless, ‘faceless’ and conveniently distant. Duration: 35 minutes Single Tickets $10 | purchase online ps122.org - For an audience of two; tickets can be purchased individually or in pairs - Please arrive 10 minutes before your ticketed time - Facebook: facebook.com/ps122 twitter: @PS122 http://www.cityguideny.com/eventinfo.cfm?id=134291 NYU's Bobst Library & The Schomburg Center true DD/MM/YYYY

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Date: 04/29/13 through 05/05/13
Ages: All Ages
Price: $10
Address: 70 Washington Square South & 515 Malcolm X Boulevard - 212-352-3101
ps122.org

Description: UK-based artist Ant Hampton in collaboration with Tim Etchells explore a new type of automatic, self-generating performance (Autoteatro) in two New York premieres co-presented by Performance Space 122 and the PEN World Voices Festival:

The Quiet Volume - Ant Hampton and Tim Etchells -

April 29 - May 5 - NYU Bobst Library | 70 Washington Square S | NYC - Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture | 515 Malcolm X Boulevard | NYC - Reservations recommended - visit ps122.org - Co-presented by Performance Space 122 and PEN World Voices Festival -

The Quiet Volume, a collaboration between Ant Hampton and Tim Etchells, exposes the strange magic at the heart of the reading experience. A self-generated and ‘automatic’ performance, Autoteatro, for two at a time experienced in the reading room of a library, audience members sit side-by-side taking cues from words both written and whispered – via an iPod and headphones – and find themselves burrowing an unlikely path through a pile of books. Available in English and Spanish. New York premiere supported by the British Council. Duration: 55 minutes – 1 hour Cue China (Elsewhere, Offshore) - Ant Hampton -

May 1 – 5 - NYU Bobst Library | 70 Washington Square S | NYC - Reservations recommended - visit ps122.org - Co-presented by Performance Space 122 and PEN World Voices Festival -

An Autoteatro experience for two, Cue China (Elsewhere, Offshore) asks the pair to face each other through a glass teleprompter, which reveals a video conversation between creator Ant Hampton and a recently injured factory worker from China. This real footage is nestled within a curious fiction: over time the audience’s identities begin to literally merge with someone too often perceived as voiceless, ‘faceless’ and conveniently distant. Duration: 35 minutes

Single Tickets $10 | purchase online ps122.org - For an audience of two; tickets can be purchased individually or in pairs - Please arrive 10 minutes before your ticketed time - Facebook: facebook.com/ps122 twitter: @PS122

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