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Opportunity: Volunteers wanted to take part in a performance by conceptual artist, Giorgio Sadotti 27 January 2017

Performance: 5 pm, Thursday 23 February (as part of the Preview event)

Rehearsal: 3 pm, Thursday 23 February

Bonington Gallery is looking for 84 volunteers to take part in a performance that will take place on the opening night of our next exhibition by artist Giorgio Sadotti.

The performance itself is simple and will last a matter of minutes. It doesn’t require much rehearsal beyond a short meeting and rehearsal prior to performance in the afternoon, and doesn’t require individuals to have any prior performing experience.

Performers will help create a physical installation in the Gallery that will remain in place for the duration of the exhibition (until Friday 31 March 2017).

Please email boningtongallery@ntu.ac.uk with the subject heading ‘Giorgio Sadotti Performance’ to register your interest and/or find out more information.

2 Comments
  • Debs Smith says: posted on: February 2, 2017

    I would like to help 🙂

  • Mike says: posted on: February 13, 2017

    Great! Thanks for your email, Debs!

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