PA van will drive around Whitstable on Friday 2nd, Saturday 3rd and the Morning of Sunday 4th July.
The van will be stopping at several public spaces to interact with the public.
On Sunday 4th July from 1pm to 5pm there will be an end of festival picnic party at Tankerton beach with food, poetry readings, live music and performances.
Friday 2nd, Saturday 3rd and the Morning of Sunday 4th July
PA van driving around from 11am to 5pm on Friday 2nd , Saturday 3rd July and from 11 to 12pm on Sunday 4th July.
Picnic party on Sunday 4th July from 1 to 4 at Tankerton beach
Borrowing from the language of political campaigning, Albert Potrony will launch a customised PA van onto the streets of Whitstable for the last three days of the Biennale.
The van will park at several locations to interact with the public. These stops will provide a ‘listening space’ to experience the various elements of this sound installation. The artwork is a composition of material gathered in dialogue with a group of male refugees and volunteer visitors, centred around Dover Immigration Removal Centre.
He Who Hopes (an English translation of the word ‘Esperanto’) juxtaposes the utopian ideals of the Esperanto language with the voices of those placed in a ‘no-man’s land. This project is a collaboration with Kent Refugee Help and The Dover Detainee Visitor Group. Joins us for an end of the festival picnic party on Sunday 4th July from 1pm to 5pm at Tankerton beach, with food, live music, poetry readings and performances.