by Rosana Cade
A woman with a shaved head takes your hand in a station. A large man dressed in black follows you down an alley. An Indian woman holding a rose greets you outside a pub. A six-foot drag queen walks you past a church. A hooded youth puts his arm round you as you sit together on a bench. A white haired woman hugs you good-bye as you leave.
Walking:Holding is a walk through town, it is a performance for one audience member at a time, your journey is in the hands of a group of strangers who lead you through the streets of the city walking:holding. Part of the SPILL National Platform 2012 and SPILL Showcase 2013
Rosana is a queer artist based in Glasgow. She received the Athena Award via New Moves International in 2011, and has recently shown work at You and Your Work, Arches Live, Glasgay! and was selected to be part of Spill Showcase 2013. She is also the co-founder of //BUZZCUT//.
Walking:Holding is created and performed by Rosana Cade and a series of other Irish based performers.
Place: Off-Site Event – Meet at Project Arts Centre
Time: 4pm – 7.30pm, every 15 minutes
Dates: 18, 19 and 20 April 2013
Tickets: €12 / €10