The Most Extreme Form of Knowledge: Scene B

Join us within the historic site of St Andrews ruin above the stunning beach of Church Ope Cove for a surreal and magical performing sculpture event. Witness magnetic forces propel and manipulate strange and absurd creatures in a spell binding puppet show like no other.

“Tim Spooner is unclassifiable. Meticulous in the assembly and construction of his objects, disconcerting in the implementation of his performances, he belongs to those artists freed from any preconceived ideas and expectations. He appears to only follow the logical flow of the material as it transforms, he offers us a unique, strange and powerful universe.”

- Renaud Herbin, Director TJP, Strasbourg

Guidance: The route to St Andrew’s ruin is not accessible for people with limited mobility. The walk includes a steep and sometimes slippery slope, please wear suitable foot wear for walking, and bring a blanket or chair to sit on.

The performance lasts approximately 20 mins.

9th September, 4:00pm
14th September, 1:00pm

Meet outside Portland Museum for the short walk down to St Andrews Ruin, Church Ope, Portland.

217 Wakeham
Portland
DT5 1HS