19 February 2016, 11 – 4pm
Institute for Contemporary Arts
Performance Management will be a provocative day-long performance master-class that explores the notion of invention within performance. Led by Turner Prize nominee Marvin Gaye Chetwynd, the session will be based at the ICA and possibly extend out into the city. Throughout the day there will be opportunities for debate and discussion on the politics of performance, the architecture that often houses it, and the limitations that often inform it.
Masterclass participants are encouraged to attend the Performance Management panel discussion scheduled for later in the day.
Open to all. Booking via the ICA website: www.ica.org.uk