& then everything just-
in collaboration with Camilla Clarke
the start of an ongoing project
& then everything just- is an interactive digital (for now at least) experience that will (eventually) invite the audience - the people, the community - to, together (if they can), take the position of the architects, the city planners, the judges, the politicians, the people who make the BIG decisions in, well, the world. The whole world.
Self guided through an interactive online installation, occasionally prompted by a performer through audio, we will begin the complicated and tangled journey of unpicking how we got here and where we are going. Through the collective act of imagining, we will choose the pieces of where we live that we want to take forward and begin to remould the bits we want to change.
Camilla Clarke & Josie Dale-Jones with Tom Mansfield
& the audience.
For DARE Festival 2021:
Mentored by: James Blakey
Audio Description by: Joe Boylan
Mega thanks to all the other DARE Festival artists who let us test over and over again.
Thanks also (in no particular order) to Jack Lowe, Tom Holbrook, Katie Dunstan, Stephanie Levi-John, Stefanie Müller, Shon Dale-Jones, Kaajel Patel, Carmel Smickersgill, Hannah Morrish, Andres Velasquez, Kimberely Harvey, John Biddle, Roberta Livingston, Aimee Louise Bevan, Bertie, Filipa Pereira-Stubbs, Gabriel Kempski, James Pidgeon, Laurence Cook, Emma Clarke, Hannah Ledwidge, Milla's gran, Max Baillie, Christel Baillie, for taking the time to chat to us, or collabortating in some way or another, and to every audience member who has anonymously contributed to the space.
Playlist with thanks to the music and artists who made that music:
Inside the plant room: Next Time by Imogen Mahdavi (created for this piece)
Next to the campfire: Easy by Mesadorm
From the jukebox: Splanky Remix by Count Basie and then The Healer by Erykah Badu
By the model village: Jerusalem by Waynflete Singers, Choir Of Winchester Cathedral, Timothy Byram-Wigfield, Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, David Hill
In the room full of candles: Antiphon, O quam mirabilis est by Hildergard Von Bingen
Powder room: A London Thing by Scott Garcia
Originally supported by Upstart Theatre as part of DARE Festival 2021