STEVE SLATER: BETWEEN ATOMS AND THE STARS…

Steve Slater: Between Atoms and the Stars...

Steve Slater: Between Atoms and the Stars...

Part of Arches LIVE 2013

Tue 17 - Wed 18 Sep 2013 | 9.30pm (45 mins) | £8/£6 - or buy a Festival Pass for £32/£26

N.B. The excellent value Arches LIVE Festival Pass (£32/£26) and Day Pass (£18/£12) are available now from the Arches Box Office – call us on 0141 565 1000 or visit in person at 253 Argyle Street to book. Alternatively, you can now book your festival pass online.

…or How To Describe Art To A Dead Astronaut.

Plane crashes, and exploding rockets form the basis of this exploration of Space, Art, Science and Wonder. Between Atoms and the Stars looks up at the sky from a place deep below ground in an attempt to wrestle and argue with chance, circumstance and the theory of the Multiverse.

In attempting a performance re-entry after many years in Arts Orbit, Slater (this one at least) knows he may crash and burn… But maybe, in another Universe, in another Arches LIVE, he’ll re-connect the tangled possible lives of Artists and Astronauts and it will all make perfect sense…

Back to Arches LIVE 2013.

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Festival diary for Tues 17th & Wed 18th Sep**:

5.30pm Festival launch (Foyer, all welcome)

6pm-6.10pm Fish & Game/Arches Choir: Songs of Scotland 1 (Foyer)
6pm-6.15pm Opera Breve: One Day… (Derelict Space)
6.30pm-7.20pm Thomas Hobbins: Land’s End (Studio)
7.30pm-7.40pm Fish & Game/Arches Choir: Songs of Scotland 2 (Foyer)
7.30pm-7.45pm Opera Breve: One Day… (Derelict Space)
8pm-8.45pm Adam Scarborough: Sortition (B3)
8pm-8.30pm Deb Jones: Cuff (Practice Room)
9pm-9.10pm Fish & Game/Arches Choir: Songs of Scotland 3 (Foyer)
9pm-9.15pm Opera Breve: One Day… (Derelict Space)
9.30pm-10.15pm Steve Slater: Between Atoms and the Stars (Practice Room)

From 6pm onwards:

Rachel Frances Sharpe: Smoke (installation in Backstage Chamber)
Unboxed: Break The Silence* (installation in B4)
Amy Conway: I-HAPPY-I-GOOD (B2, 30 min slots from 6pm)

*18th only
**all times are approximate