Line-up /Joanie Lemercier of AntiVJ
Adrian Utley of Portishead
BEAM - Scott Hendy, Si John, SJ Eseau, Andy Sutor and Inkie
Ticket registration - http://www.residentadvisor.net/event-registration.aspx?387103
To kick off See No Evil's weekend programme, Watershed has curated a spectacular evening of one-off commissions and collaborations which blend cutting-edge music and film, including a commision which brings together Joanie Lemercier from world-renowned projection experts AntiVJ and Adrian Utley from acclaimed band Portishead. Drawing on the extraordinary film archive of the General Post Office Film unit and the rich history of Bristol's Enterprise Zone, the programme brings together a host of world-renowned musicians and artists to perform in one of Bristol's most iconic buildings - The Digby Wyatt Building at Temple Meads. Featuring a selection of films and a host of Watershed collaborators brought together for the first time, the evening will explore themes of industry, modernity, technology and communication, juxtaposing our industrial past with the technological present.
The ticketing system is simple. Enter your name and email address and then submit. You will receive an eTicket straight to your inbox within 7 days of the event taking place. Please print this off and bring it with you - along with some ID matching your name - to the door of the event on the day.
As this is a totally free event we are having to limit the tickets to one per customer. We have to do this to ensure people don't apply for multiple tickets and then simply don't use them. We expect demand for this show to be incredibly high and the venue capacity is limited. We hope you understand that we are using this system to ensure that as many people as possible get to attend this event and experience this unique event.
Tickets are non-transferable and this will be a ticket only event. Please note that no alcohol will be allowed to be brought on site but there will be bars at the venue to purchase alcohol.
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