Worktable for Children
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Worktable for Children

Kate McIntosh

We provide the materials, you do the rest.
Select date from Tickets, and you will then be able to sign up at your exact showtime. Slots available every fifteen minutes. Worktable for Children from 12-1:45pm.

Venue

Bok
1901 South 9th Street
Philadelphia, PA United States
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DescriptionAbout the Artists

“Worktable is an enlightening and active meditation on the endless artistic cycle of tearing down and rebuilding.” Stephen Eckert, Contemporary Performance

This worktable is special. In it, we invite you to take apart objects. They are objects that you find in everyday life, but today they will be at your disposal, ready to be worked on by you. Prepared with safety gloves and various kinds of tools, you can use all your strength or all your delicacy to, for example, take apart the various parts of an umbrella or a toy.

Nothing in this living exhibit can remain intact! But do not think that we are here just to dismantle, because each piece will gain a new life. After this first part, you will receive a set of instructions to move you to other actions and new developments.

Visitors choose a start time when purchasing tickets: slots are available every 15 minutes between hours of operation. There are three spots available per time slot. Visitors should arrive fifteen minutes before their time slot. For our regular hours, check out Worktable.

Concept and Direction Kate McIntosh Technical Coordination Clare Noonan Production Sarah Parolin Produced by SPIN

$29 general / $20.30 member (Click here to join and save 30% on tickets to all shows!)
$15 student + 25-and-under

Festival Co-Producers Maureen & Christopher Plagge, Lynne & Bert Strieb

Photos: Kate McIntosh (above) and Dirk Rose (below)

 


About Kate McIntosh

Kate McIntosh is a Brussels-based artist who works across the boundaries of performance, theater, video, and installation. Originally

Kate McIntosh

from New Zealand and trained in dance, since 2004 Kate has developed an internationally recognized body of stage and transdisciplinary work. Her stage works include the performances All Ears (2013), Dark Matter (2009), and In Many Hands (2016). Beside her own practice, Kate was a founding member of the Belgian performance collective and punkrock band Poni, and has collaborated as a performer with many directors including Tim Etchells, Wendy Houstoun, Antonia Baehr, and Meryl Tankard Australian Dance Theatre. Kate is also a founding member—together with Diederik Peeters, Hans Bryssinck and Ingrid Vranken—of SPIN, an artist-run production and research platform in Brussels.