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Edward Colless and Sally Golding
The Excluded: after life, after death, after all
 
 

Saturday 31 May, 4pm to 5pm

Anatomy Theatre and Museum, Kings College,
Strand Campus, London, WC2R 2LS

Tickets £8/£10. To book and for further information, visit:
http://ausnzfestival.com/event/the-excluded-after-life-after-death-after-all/

 
 
 

Australian visual artist Sally Golding and writer Edward Colless (Australian Arts Writer London Residency, Australia Council for the Arts) stage a collaborative exploration of the culture of the ‘afterlife’ in some of its manifestations: as ghosting, as the undead, as doppelgänger and as spectral horror. The event will be moderated by Mark Pilkington.

Golding presents live mixes of cinema combined with live performance in a twenty-minute work involving audience interaction and two-way mirrors.

Colless presents a theoretical fiction as a dramatic monologue, as if delivered from the afterlife. The two works will be followed by a dialogue about the collaboration.

Pilkington runs Strange Attractor Press and is the author of two books, Mirage Men and Far Out: 101 Strange Tales from Science's Outer Edge. He has written for numerous anthologies, magazines and web sites, from The Guardian to Fortean Times.

 
 
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