Taking place 24 - 28 April 2019
Programmes starting at 6:30 and 8pm daily
Sue Pam-Grant is an award-winning, multi-disciplinary artist with a long history in the realms of South African theatre-making, writing, and visual art.
With a keen interest in an artistic practice that locates itself in the spaces between various mediums and genres of performance, Pam-Grant lends a playful and engaging degree of collaboration to Season 5’s works. She is also interested in the challenges and possibilities for creating new work through the availability of mediums such as 360 VR film, and how it can be used to further explore the ‘in-between moments’ of performance, viewing, improvisation, and documentation.
For The Centre for the Less Good Idea, Pam-Grant will be collaborating on a number of works across Season 5, including a recontextualised reading of Brecht’s Mother Courage with performers Khutjo Green and Sylvaine Strike, directed by co-curator Phala O. Phala. She will also be collaborating on a 360 VR film dealing with the intricacies, intimacies and unspoken moments that can take place at the dinner table.
FOUNDER | William Kentridge
ANIMATEUR FOR THE CENTRE | Bronwyn Lace
CINEMATOGRAPHY AND EDITING | Noah Cohen
PROJECT MANAGER | Shruthi Nair
LIGHTING | Oliver Hauser
SOUND | SoulFire Studios
STAGE MANAGEMENT | Hayleigh Evans and PopArt Productions
WRITING | Dave Mann
PHOTOGRAPHER | Zivanai Matangi