One of the artists in residence for the University of Bristol’s new Temple Quarter Enterprise Campus, writer Jay Bernard (winner of the Ted Hughes award for new poetry and author of the new collection Surge) is creating a bold and experimental 360 degree film to explore how we build, develop and occupy space. Person/hood – featuring a series of interviews drawing on the history of the Temple Quarter site and the vision for its future – will be experienced through VR headsets (provided in the venue). ‘Space in a city is almost always contested’, Bernard argues. ‘What we remember of them is usually dictated by the powerful. I intend to create an archive of spaces around the Temple Quarter site that asks different questions, that tries to document the experience and memory of ordinary residents.’
Person/hood will be shown ten times throughout the day, with each session lasting fifteen minutes: 10:00-10:15, 10:30-10:45, 11:00-11:15, 11:30-11:45, 12:00-12:15, 13:30-13:45, 14:00-14:15, 14:30-14:45, 15:00-15:15 and 15:30-15:45. At the time of booking, please select the session you wish to attend.
Booking opens Monday 2 September 2019.
Book online or in person at Watershed Box Office or on Tel: 0117 927 5100 Mon – Fri from 09:00 and Sat & Sun from 10:00.
Events start punctually and, out of consideration to other audience members and speakers, our policy is not to admit latecomers. As this is a free event – and in the interest of fairness – only one ticket can be reserved per transaction. If you would like additional tickets please book for the event again.
We endeavour to hold events in venues that are accessible to all. Watershed’s cinemas and event spaces are all located on the first floor which is accessible via the lift located in the main entrance foyer at Box Office. Once on the first floor there is level access to all areas. The venue has a hearing loop system. If you have specific access concerns it is advisable to contact the venue direct.
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