A Watercolour Waking Dream

I just got back from Latitude and wanted to share some photos and thoughts about the experience with you all. What a weekend!

The Film and Music Arena at Latitude

The sun goes down over the Film and Music Arena on Friday.

We had a late-night slot for our Watercolour performance with Nigel and Louise from Shunt on Friday night. We had a few setup difficulties, and I’d like to apologise to anyone who waited and left before we got started.

Crew and performers at Latitude festival

All hands on deck creating the staging area.

I think everyone who came to see the show was blown away. The use of paint, the performers’ bodies and lots of eerie props in the dark of the tent was incredible, and the music was just amazing. Three hours went by in the blink of an eye.

A still moment.

We’ll have a film about the performance going up very soon. If you were there or know someone who was, we’d love to see your pics and videos too.

The finale.

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About Hannah Flynn

Hannah Flynn is E-Learning Assistant for Tate and Co-Ordinator for the Great British Art Debate online. Her favourite British artist is John Martin.

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