Kill Your Timid Notion 2010
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Kill Your Timid Notion 2010
Standard Gauge by Morgan Fisher

Standard Gauge by Morgan Fisher

Dates: 21-28 February 2010 | Location: Dundee Contemporary Arts, Scotland

Kill Your Timid Notion (KYTN) is a week-long chance to spend time together investigating simple proposals by watching, listening and talking. The programme is comprised of film screenings by filmmakers including John Smith, Morgan Fisher and Sharon Lockhart, live performances and a series of ‘investigations‘, where you can get involved in the processes used by some of the artists, including  and perhaps help with the delivery of their performance at the weekend…

All events from the Launch Event on Sunday 21 until 6pm on Friday 26 are FREE, so you can check out bits of the KYTN programme for nothing. From 6pm on Friday 26 onwards, you’ll need a pass to access the festival. Book online or call DCA on +44(0)1382 909 900.


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