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Speech and What Archive, Table top tour, 2010, Remaking the Scene, One Marylebone, London
One monkey don’t stop the show, 2010, Biennale de Belleville, Paris
The Speech and What Archive Medicine Show brings together people-who-don’t-know to play, sing, dance or act with people who have specialist knowledge that may be remote to the general audience. Speech and What Archive includes Marie Gautier, Yann Sérandour, Anna Hess, Clémence de Montgolfier, Guillaume Pavageau.
Musical direction by Jon Campbell and Ry Haskings, with the participation of A Constructed World, the Telepathy Project, Elizabeth Newman, Mick Douglas, Lena Douglas, Ruby Lowe, Philip Morrissey and Justin Clemens.
The Medicine Show at the Potter will be linked live to the exhibition Art by telephone, curated by Sébastien Pluot and Fabien Vallos in Paris, Bordeaux, San Francisco, Chicago, New York and Angers concurrently.
Free performance. Bookings essential. Please RSVP above.
On the 19 February join us for a special viewing at the Potter of the Richard Avedon People exhibition between 5 to 6pm, followed by a discussion at the Elisabeth Murdoch Lecture Threatre, 6 to 7pm, led by Dr Christopher Chapman, exhibition curator with special guest Carol Squiers, Senior Curator, International Center for Photography, New York and co-author of Richard Avedon Fashion 1944-2000 (2009). RSVP essential.
Tuesday to Friday 10am to 5pm
Saturday and Sunday 12 noon to 5pm