ACCIDENTAL COLLECTIVE - The Watching Game

Dealing with issues around watching and being watched, the public and the private, The Watching Game asks: What are you watching? Why do you keep watching? Who is watching the watchers? Who is watching you?

Developed and expanded from its original focus on surveillance in contemporary Britain The Watching Game is a free durational event that will take place in a variety of shop windows and cafes in and around Canterbury city centre. Watch these spaces: Revivals, YMCA shop, C&H Fabrics, Waterstone's St. Margaret's Street, and Coffee and Corks on Palace Street.

ACCIDENTAL COLLECTIVE is a creative think-tank seeking new forms of performance. With this project the company aims to discover new ways of communicating with audiences, and introduce them to live-art outside conventional venues. The Watching Game has received funding from Kent County Council and support from the University of Kent.

Who: ACCIDENTAL COLLECTIVE
What: The Watching Game
Where: Canterbury city centre: Revivals (St. Peter’s Street), YMCA shop (High Street), C&HFabrics (St. George’s Street), Waterstone's (St. Margaret's Street), andCoffee and Corks (Palace Street).
When: One day event Sat 28 Apr 2007, 10am - 5pm
Further details:
The ACCIDENTAL COLLECTIVE website