AN EVENING OF REVERENCE, REFLECTION AND REBELLION
A specially curated film programme, live music, and visual art, all examining the meaning and construction of rituals and the creation of sacred spaces.
The Banditas will be projecting 16mm archival anthropological films (including Maya Deren's seminal Divine Horsemen: The Living Gods of Haiti) that explore various ritualistic histories and environments. Accompanying these films will be specially composed live soundtracks by Cut Hands and Howie Reeve (Tattie Toes) with guests.
Also joining us on the evening will be artist Ariadne Xenou who will be presenting upon the theme of death rituals and exhibiting a site-specific installation.
Saturday 21st July
Doors are 19.00 for a 19.30 start
Venue: Church of the Sacred Heart
Lauriston Street, Edinburgh.
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