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We currently have an exhibition, a feature film and a video installation available for presentation. Please contact us if you would like any further information.


Photo: Christa Holka

Photo: Christa Holka

Photo: Christa Holka

Photo: Christa Holka

 

SPILL TAROT EXHIBITION

A PHOTOGRAPHIC EXHIBITION OF PERFORMANCE IMAGES

The SPILL Tarot Exhibition, commissioned by Pacitti Company and photographed by Manuel Vason, is available for booking and suitable for a range of spaces and contexts.

This large format photographic exhibition features the full SPILL Tarot Pack; 22 Major Arcana images restaged by extraordinary mavericks from around the globe (including artists Ron Athey, Kira O’Reilly, Franko B, and Raimund Hoghe and many more), and the uncut printers sheets of the Minor Arcana.

The SPILL Tarot Exhibition can also be accompanied by Alternative Tarot Readings. For more information, production details and pricing, email info@pacitticompany.com

 

 

ON LANDGUARD POINT

A FEATURE FILM SETIN THE EAST OF ENGLAND

Inspired by the mythology, history and culture of the East of England, one of the most ‘invaded’ parts of the British Isles, On Landguard Point exists at an intersection between live performance, community and cinema and features work by internationally acclaimed artists, including Michael Nyman, Kira O’Reilly, Julia Bardsley, Rajni Shah, Dominic Johnson, Harminder Judge, Dicky Eton, Sheila Ghelani, Carla Esperanza Tommasini, Helena Hunter, Giovanna Maria Casetta and others. It also features 1000 special presence participants from across the region. 

Available in a range of cinema formats. If you would like to present On Landguard Point as part of your programme or special event. please email info@pacitticompany.com

 

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MOVING MOUNTAINS

A THREE CHANNEL VIDEO INSTALLATION 

Moving Mountains is a three screen video installation of live performance to camera. The work lasts 20 minutes and is shown on a loop across three screens. 

Moving Mountains makes explicit a public response, both from and on behalf of disabled people, to experiences of prejudice or assault – big or small, subtle or overt – that take place pretty much daily. The work starts with a question: whose responsibility is it to deal with instances of oppression faced by disabled people. Or rather, people who are disabled by a world that ‘others’ their physical or mental realities?

For more information, technical and pricing details email info@pacitticompany.com