Organisation: Random Line Performance Company
Region: East Midlands
Artform: Cross Artform
Welcoming: Learning Disability
Random Line is a professional arts based organisation producing very high quality work at a national level. People can become involved within this work at several levels: as participants in workshops/events, as participants in projects, as members of an audience or as a core member of the company. Core members are the artists at the heart of the company. To become a core member people must demonstrate a high level of interest, commitment, enthusiasm and have support to enable them to take a full part in a busy programme. Random Line supports people through all stages of this process - starting as participants in projects/workshops and developing into a core member, taking full responsibility for performances and projects. We have seen individuals transform and develop a personal confidence that would be hard to attain through any other process. For more detail please see the case studies on the website at http://www.randomline.co.uk/html/the_company.html. The artistic work of Random Line is developed in collaboration with Artistic Director, Andrew Williams a multi media artist.
Random Line Performance Company creates installations, stimulating interactive projects, workshops, training and performance events at a regional and national level. It has developed a unique artistic approach and vision based upon a strong belief that learning disabled people have an individual artistic language which can shape, mould and develop the core artistic direction of the company. The Company wishes to challenge perceptions of learning disabled culture and provide professional opportunities for learning disabled artists. The Company creates: - digital media (video, photography, animation, sound, live digital manipulation, 3D projection, programming) - live sound & original music - physical theatre & movement - physical objects & sculpture The Company makes high quality multi media events that are powerful, challenging and accessible and undertakes specific projects exploring and developing use of new media. These also often result in new events and installations and always involve an element of research and development time, in collaboration with organisations including University of Leicester Space Research Dept, Embrace Arts and Nottingham University.
T: 01629 55903
Breathe photographed by Diverse City