Artist Matt Copson will present new work A Woodland Truce at London’s Serpentine Sackler Gallery on February 15.
Copson inaugurates the new experimental and immersive event series at the Sackler Gallery The Magazine Sessions with his work.
A Woodland Truce is a play without actors, a scene with deer, lighting, live and pre-recorded elements and a fox called Reynard, who regularly features in Copson’s practice. The press release tells that the animals and elements come together in the woods, discuss their biological conditioning and try and undermine it.
The music for the event is composed by London-based producer Felicita, and choir Musarc will be performing live vocals, accompanied by Marcus Nasty.
See the Serpentine Gallery webpage for more information.**
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