A River Enquiry
Four British artists, commissioned by home live art for the Mayor's Thames Festival, present new works created in response to the River Thames. Through performance, text, music and action each artist explores a different dimension of our present-day relationship with London's river.
Water Music 2010 – Anne Bean and Stephen Shiell
An exploratory sound installation, or ‘waterscape', using river water to create a range of sounds underscored by Handel's Music for the Royal Fireworks.
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Save Me – Search Party
A dialogue using semaphore flags, testing the limits of intimacy between two performers separated by the River Thames.
Thames Water – Amy Sharrocks
Come and revive yourself, splashing around in a paddling pool filled with the fresh green water of the Thames. Save Me – Search Party A dialogue using semaphore flags, testing the limits of intimacy between two performers separated by the River Thames.
Cold Water Fun – Tim Etchells
Imagine the city and its river in new and unexpected ways through this virtual programme of events for the River Thames.
Date and time
11–12 September 2010
This is now a past event.