|26th Feb 2021 to 25th May 2021|
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GOING OUT | GOING IN is an audio performance for headphones and a solo journey through an urban landscape. From an audio track downloaded to a smartphone, the performance asks the listener to put on headphones and take a journey through their local area. With gentle, spoken instructions and an original soundtrack of ambient music, the listener is invited to slow down, observe the streets and buildings around them and be guided by their curiosity on a journey through their city or town.
GOING OUT | GOING IN contemplates the built environments we inhabit and the ways they move us.
This performance is suitable for individuals who are comfortable moving around outside for 40mins+
To experience this performance:
1. Visit the link below to Stream or Download the audio track to your smartphone or mp3 device
2. Put on headphones or earphones and adjust the volume
3. Press PLAY and take a journey through your local area to a soundtrack of original music and spoken invitations
Created by Laura Fisher (www.laurafisherperformance.com)
Music and sound Design by Sonia Killmann (www.sonia-killman.com)
Produced with support from Future Paisley and Renfrewshire Leisure.
Part of Out of Place festival commissions
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