Bloodland Embrace – part of Journeys Festival International 2021

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Bloodland Embrace – part of Journeys Festival International 2021
Majid Adin

Bloodland Embrace at Hallé St Peter’s, Ancoats 18 — 20 October 2021 Entrance is free — Visit now

Bloodland Embrace, an exciting new animation and projection piece, features original artwork by Majid Adin and international collective Kalico Jack. This beautiful animation depicts a story about home and belonging, and how we connect to different people and cultures across borders, even when they are or might feel closed. With a particular spotlight on pan-European friendships, Bloodland Embrace also highlights the experiences of refugees and displaced people seeking safety in Europe.

Presented by award-winning interactive arts studio Invisible Flock and music by composer James Hamilton. Part of Journeys Festival International 2021.

Bloodland Embrace at Hallé St Peter’s, Ancoats 18 — 20 October 2021 Entrance is free Visit now

Performances

Date
Time
Session Features
18 October 2021
6:15pm — 9:00pm
19 October 2021
6:15pm — 9:00pm
20 October 2021
6:15pm — 9:00pm

Always double check opening hours with the venue before making a special visit.

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