Rub Me Up The Wrong Way -
Live art event curated by Richard Dedomenici

Innovative and explosive live art event curated by Richard Dedomenici; part of Contemporary Art Norwich 2007. This international performance art extravaganza takes place throughout the entire Arts Centre during the course of the evening. Artists include Alexis O’Hara (a Canadian performance artist working with sound and text), Hugh O’Donnell (Belfast-based performance artist interested in reacting to conventional objects and environments), Sparklemotion (a spectacular dance troupe from Brighton), Helena Walsh (political work from an Irish artist interested in the corporeal), Townley and Bradby (Norwich-based intervention artists), Rosie Dennis (Sydney-based artist who mixes movement and text to create deceptively simple and intensely evocative works), Virginie Mermet (French performance and installation artist) and Gwendoline Robin (an artist from Belgium using her body and controlled explosions).

Rub Me Up The Wrong Way is part of Contemporary Art Norwich 2007 - the second biennial festival of contemporary art in Norwich. As well as Rub Me Up The Wrong Way, NAC hosts a much anticipated retrospective of Norfolk based artist Bruce Lacey and an exhibition of the Iranian born British based artist Zory. Also as part of Contemporary Art Norwich 2007 - the EAST exhibition at the Norwich Gallery and exhibitions at the Sainsbury Centre, Outpost Gallery and Castle Museum.