This is a miniature documentation project for festivals and events.
Part hobby project, part documentation, part re-staging, Tiny Live Art recreates performance works in miniature. It works variously as a solo – durational – installation, or as a participatory event. It can be adapted to suit almost any event or context. One artist becomes resident at the event for an average period of 8 hours per day, and can be situated anywhere from a theatre space to a foyer.
The event/venue provides the space, and we bring all tools, models, and equipment, to make miniature versions of the live performance works happening in the festival or venue – building. The models are exhibited to the public throughout each day. The figurines are then available for the festival/programmer to keep as a creative archive, or alternatively for the individual artist to take home and enjoy. Commissioned by the University of Chichester, and supported by Forest Fringe.