THIS YEAR Frequency festival focuses the theme of disPLACEment. Over ten days, the city of Lincoln’s medieval streets will host a number of art installations and events, which will blend a virtual, distended reality.
Now in its fourth year, Frequency, presented by Midlands-based media arts producer, Threshold Studios culminates the work of local, national and international artists. The work will be inspired by the digital conversion of community, identity and a sense of place, alongside important global issues such as migration, inequality and class divides.
“We are delighted to be returning to Lincoln for Frequency 2017, an access-for-all festival that celebrates and debates the ever-growing realm of digital culture, ”explained Uzma Johal MBE, co-director of the festival and Threshold Studios.
Planned enterprises featured in the event will include DUET, a lighting installation from the collaboration of UK based, Invisible Flock and India based Quicksand. Accompanying, is a physical theatre and virtually, augmented reality hybrid piece titled WHIST by AΦE, a dance company based in Kent, UK, inspired by Sigmund Freud and a VR film Empire Soldiers detailing the unknown story of WW1 Caribbean soldiers, from Leicester-based theatre company, METRO-BOULOT-DODO.
by Pierra George-Robertson
Frequency Festival will show from October 20–29
Frequency Festival is presented by Threshold Studios and brought to the city through partnership with the University of Lincoln, Lincoln BIG, Visit Lincoln and Lincolnshire One Venue, funded by The National Lottery
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