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Category: The Gold Ones

Polymorph Other

Oct 13, 2019

POLYMORPH OTHER
Curated by Allan Hughes and Mark Jackson
Queen's Hall, Hexham
PREVIEW: Friday 18 October, 6pm
19 October-23 November 2019

In Polymorph Other YOU track down the villain! Travel the great spaceways of the Blue Mountain, enter the deep caverns of the Dice Cult, herald the gold-trimmed adamant platebody armour of the Runescape avatar! Obey the dictum of the TOTALLER game table! Invite your friends to explore the virtual realities of The Gold Ones!  Step into an alternative world where Edward VIII didn't abdicate and yet still married Wallis Simpson! Your mission: to search for an answer to the ever-growing threat of the Present Continuum!

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TOTALLER and Reactor at The NewBridge Project

Feb 20, 2019

De-initiation Ritual and Talk with TOTALLER and Reactor
Friday 22 February 2019, 6-8pm

The NewBridge Project, Gateshead
Free Entry | Due to limited capacity please book HERE

Join us for the de-initiation of the 11 Artist-Zealots that have been part of the project Tot-Tot-Totalalazola!. These artists have been brought together and taken on a journey through the mythos of Newcastle/Sheffield based collective TOTALLER. Their initiation into the group has taken place over several months and has included a field-trip, experimental guided meditations and the injunction to produce artworks/weapons that have been absorbed into a sculptural arsenal. On Friday 22 February they will be set free from their bonds of initiation with a public ritual that will include a presentation given by Reactor.

Day is Done

Nov 22, 2016

Day is Done
26 November 2016

A Weekend of Weird
Radar
Loughborough

Screening 10:00-17:00

For Radar, 'Weekend of Weird' Reactor present 'Day is Done', a selection of films offering interpretations and regurgitations of culture; from dancing bird-headed humanoids, to fantasy roleplay, Goths, hillbillies, mimes and demons. Each of the works use dance and performance as a backbone, reconfiguring and replacing body parts and cultural identities as required.

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A Weekend of Weird

Nov 22, 2016

The Gold Ones
26 November 2016

A Weekend of Weird
Radar
Loughborough

Performance 13:45-14:30

When Max Gold’s video transmission first came through to us, he named himself as ‘one of the Gold Ones’. After tracking Max for a period, we began filming in the space we now understand to be the Cosmic Care Home (CCH), looking through the walls that are at times transparent or listening in on voices from the other side. The place the Gold Ones inhabit resembles what we would describe as a ‘total institution’. They appear to be predominantly cut off from a wider community and lead an enclosed and bureaucratically controlled existence. Here, now, you can step inside the CCH, where the real action is, surrounded on all sides by the Five Gold Ones.

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