Edition 2019

Kate Clayton Will Perform STICK in The Pavilion of The School on Sunday, July 21st at 6.30 pm



Kate Clayton will perform Stick in the pavilion on Sunday, July 21st at 6.30 pm.

Against a backdrop constructed using the fruits and vegetable of Gorna Lipnitsa, Kate, and her trusty stick, which was found in the village and has been taking shape as her residency has taken shape, will be accompanied by singing from fellow resident Yuan Lin (Wendy).

After the performance, which Kate sees as the culmination of a week-long performance, which is again part of an ongoing body of work known as ‘Not Dead Yet’, there will be a showing in the school house of her new, short film Stick.

Linden blossom tea will be served.

All are welcome.

Kate Clayton is a performance artist based in Glasgow. Within her practice she works collaboratively, collectively and individually. Her interests and themes focus on visibility of older women, ageing, friendship and feminism and the collaborative process. Her work often involves artistic personas performed in different contexts and environments: public spaces, galleries, domestically, in cabaret and within the landscape.

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