Jordan McKenzie: Carl An(t)dre 2013

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10.08.13 - 10.08.13
Open Air
Join YSP on 10 August 2013 as performance artist Jordan McKenzie brings Carl An(t)dre to YSP, a special performance inspired by Carl Andre's infamous Equivalent (1966), comprising 20 young people dressed as ants, promenading through the landscape and accompanied by a youth marching band, whilst recreating Andre's sculpture.

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Carl An(t)dre is the latest and most ambitious in a series of works collectively titled Minimal Interventions – the culmination of over five years of research into Minimalist sculptural practice that examines the implications in regard to authorship, performance and its canonisation within art history

For Carl An(t)dre McKenzie has joined forces with performers from 412 Dance Theatre at New College Pontefract, and Bradford-based youth marching band, Revolution Show Corps, who will provide the live brass and percussion soundtrack. This performance is drop in on the day. Find out more

Carl An(t)dre is the result of a 2010 collaboration between the Live Art Development Agency and YSP, conceived by artist Joshua Soafar (Indecent Proposal project) and is funded by Arts Council England Grants for the Arts

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