Open-armed and Outcast: Year Zero Live at the OVADA Gallery

APRIL 14, 6-8pm OVADA Gallery, Gloucester Green, Oxford, FREE

Have you ever KNOWN that you’re just a stranger in your life? Not known where your place is except that it’s elsewhere? Then much of the work we’re offering tonight is for you; very different accounts of what it’s like to be an outcast in your life and in the world. And to find your home elsewhere.

OVADA is one of the coolest gallery spaces in Oxford, situated inside Gloucester Green Coach Station. And they’ve told us we can have the run of the place for an evening.  There are ao many fantastic spaces within the gallery that we don’t quite know where to start. Or maybe that should be we don’t know where to stop.

We’ll be there form 6-8pm, reading, making music, maybe even improvising a little. Early arrivals will get free drinks, and you can hear live performances by

Penny Goring – Bone Dust Disco

Dan Holloway – FREAKSHOW; The Last Fluffer in La La Land

Larry Harrison – from Glimpses of a Floating World

Marc Nash – Deadheading

featuring the lyrical poetry of Christi Warner

also Leviathan by Daisy Anne Gree, and a guest poem from Rebecca Lenore Brown

In OVADA’s second, upstairs, room, tying in with our outcats we will have an audio installation “Fallen Angels”, featuring the work of Daisy Anne Gree and D J Young

~ by yearzerowriters on April 11, 2010.

3 Responses to “Open-armed and Outcast: Year Zero Live at the OVADA Gallery”

  1. Good luck! I know it’ll be brilliant.

  2. Thanks, Simon! I gather an acquaintance of yours may be coming🙂
    Dan

  3. […] been our busiest week yet for “real life” as it were. On Wednesday, Year Zero was Open-armed and Outcast at OVADA in Oxford, and on Thursday we had the privilege of Heikki’s company for the launch of Tulagi Hotel at […]

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