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Dredged (2024)

Lead Artists: Jocelyn McGregor and Alistair Debling

Windermere Jetty Museum

In tandem with Jocelyn McGregor's solo exhibition at the Windermere Jetty museum, we led a number of workshops for a group of local poets in order to engage further with the museum's collection. The resulting writing was published as a standalone collection of poetry and adapted into a live performance for three actors, taking place within a site-specific installation at the Jetty Museum.

Wodwo (2014)

Lead Artist: Alistair Debling

Bristol Old Vic Theatre

Inspired by Ted Hughes's poem of the same name, Alistair Debling worked with 16 young people (aged 14-24) to devise an hour-long performance with scenic design by Ruby Spencer Pugh and lighting by Tim Streader. Set in a neon forest, on a mud floor and under a sky of unrecyclable plastic bags, the story explored both discovery and loss of loved ones and precious habitats. 

The Picnic (2022)

Lead Artist: Jocelyn McGregor

Whitechapel Gallery and Sculpture in the City

The Picnic was a live performance piece written by Jocelyn McGregor as part of a series of fictional diary entries, adapted for performance within McGregor’s public sculpture, Earthing, Sculpture in the City: Aldgate Square Commission (City of London and Lacuna Projects). The piece was performed live on Aldgate Square, London, by actor, Elizabeth Connick, for Nocturnal Creatures (2022) an evening of live performance by Whitechapel Gallery and Sculpture in the City. 

FEED (2015)

Lead Artist: Alistair Debling

Loeb Experimental Theatre

FEED was an original piece of theatre, devised in collaboration with the cast, with design by Connor Cook and Daniel Prosky. The story follows disparate characters' chance encounters online, exploring the ways in which digital spaces can be liberating for some, while simultaneously exacerbating offline inequalities across race, gender and age.