“Turn an empty skip into a street-side lecture theatre, with rows of seats and a lectern.”
The Open University is a functioning outdoor lecture theatre constructed in a roadside refuse skip, as well as an ad hoc lecture series of variable proportions, presented in situ therein, on the subject of what is and what is not trash.
A play for radio in six parts, the Common Room takes place in an unspecified institution where a group of misfits have been gathered together by unexplained circumstances.
Marcia performed in her furball, after a brief introduction, to the accompaniment of music by Sam Willan (Drums) and Pete Fraser (Saxophone). She was then led off the stage by J. Maizlish.
The Remains of the VLA from Marcia Farquhar on Vimeo.
A month-long residency at Byam Shaw’s threatened library. A long durational performance, the writing out in long hand of Marcia’s earliest emails was punctuated by readings from her favourite books.