Artist Jesse Darling presents their version of Antigone in a sold-out show at Serpentine Galleries this Friday, September 11.
The performance, introduced as one of “immersive environment, community theatre and symbolic ritual”, builds of Darling’s general practice, exploring “the human condition and how it is mediated through the structures, narratives and technologies that govern lived experience”.
The show comes as part of Serpentine Galleries’ Park Nights, an annual series of performances, music, dance, film and literature running between June and October 2015. Upcoming Park Night events include Mette Ingvartsen’s Speculations and Christodoulos Panayiotou’s Dying on Stage with Jean Capeille.
See the event page for details. **
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