Author Archive

Profile photo of 14475834

Adam Cockerill

This user hasn't shared any biographical information

Friday, May 13th, 2016

Recollection – Final Blog Post by Adam Cockerill

A Framing Statement Our Site Specific performance, named Recollection, is a series of one to one performances in a unique location in the Lincoln Drill Hall. The piece was based on the stories of lost and found objects. Through the use of storytelling and sensory-based experiences, we immersed the audience in the forgotten history of […]

Wednesday, March 16th, 2016

Heroism

Our original idea for our piece, which we had titled Heroism was a based performance designed to dismiss the members of the audience from the balcony room and escort them to a World War I trench. The idea was inspired by the two memorial stones laid on the forecourt of The Drill Hall and we […]

Tuesday, March 8th, 2016

Not Forgotten by Geraldine Pilgrim

‘ An eloquence emanates from these abandoned spaces, and Pilgrim cleverly allows them to speak for themselves, to reveal more than she imposes’ (The Guardian, Deep End). Geraldine Pilgrim creates Site Specific installations and performances in extroadinary buildings and in different locations. Her main work is creating memories and atmospheres and interpreting them into Site […]

Sunday, February 28th, 2016

Brainstorming Ideas for our own Site Specific Performance

10/2/16. Jaimie, Jake and I were thinking of what our idea could be. We decided to ‘drift’ around The Drill Hall again and we saw two memorial stones of two soldiers who fought during World War I, Lance Corporal Leonard Keyworth and Corporal James Upton. In relation to the two soldiers, we were told to […]

Sunday, February 28th, 2016

Forced Entertainment

Rob Anthony and I researched into Forced Entertainment which mainly explores what theatre and performance can mean in contemporary life. They make performances that challenge, but excite the audience members. They attempt to push the boundaries of theatre by doing things people do during their every day life. A great example of Forced Entertainment is […]