Even in Wartime Children Play

Children drawingA Settle Stories Festival Commission

A young Polish boy is separated from his father at the outbreak of war. He spends 20 years searching for him. When they are finally reunited things are not what they seem.

Based on a true story this is a tale of love, grief and reunion. Using binaural sound you will be transported across the world in a live and digital experience that will leave you pausing for thought.

Created by Post-Everything. Post-Everything is award winning spoken word artist Antosh Wojcik and digital artist Will Tyas. They specialise in creative documentation, podcasting, sound art, and facilitating the creation of new work with participants in diversely themed events. Their previous work, including commissions, has been seen at Apples and Snakes, the Barbican Centre, London Southbank University, University of Winchester, The Southbank Centre, Teesside University, The Roundhouse and United Visual Artists. 

Like this event? You'll love A Machine they're Secretly Building, And the Birds Fell from the Sky and Interactive Fiction.

Date: 
Saturday, 7 April 2018 - 6:00pm
Duration: 
1 hour
Ages: 
14+ years
Venue: 
Tags: 
Events 2018
Festival 2018
Highlight
Adults
Digital
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