Sun 9th – Fri 14th January 2022
Ramshacklicious Theatre Company in partnership with Surge for are looking for 6 Scottish based, emerging artists to join us on a 5 day co-creative residency to explore the design, digital and performance elements that make up the hybrid project Club Supreme
- 2 x emerging physical performers
Devising/improvisational skills essential – dark sense of humour and a playful nature encouraged
- 2 x emerging designer/makers
Developing installation artifacts – mini peep boxes
- 2 x emerging digital artists
Development ideas for a web based club Supreme game and digital/image/film based content
This week is an opportunity to explore ways of creating performance with a digital leaning, that engages with audiences both live and online.
Looking at how we can bring conceptual ideas to life and develop them into meaningful performance & digital content broadly based around the ideas of Club Supreme
You’ll be working with experts in their fields from Ramshacklicious and Surge, also Zephr Liddell, Bevis Evans-Teusch, Steve Vertigo and Ryan Scott from Team Junkfish, who will share their creative and technical tools with you, guiding you on a co-creative week of explorations.
The residency will take place at Ormidale House in rural Argyll. Surge will provide accommodation, and food for the duration of the residency as well as return transport from Central Glasgow to the residency location. All participants are required to stay at Ormidale House for the duration of the residency.
To apply please send a short biography and reason for your interest to firstname.lastname@example.org (max 500 words) by 12.00 midday on Wednesday 15th December 2021.
If you have any questions, please email email@example.com or ring on 0141 248 6910.
Ramshacklicious Theatre Company are teaming up with Surge to co-create a new Scottish version of their latest, epic production Club Supreme. This residency forms the first part of this longer-term project.
Club Supreme Is a playful “hybrid” piece of outsider theatre. Drawing influence from traditional freak & peep shows, re-imagined for a world of today!
Working with themes of Identity and consumerism to explore the corruption, destruction & exploitation of the modern world & its inhabitants!
Club Supreme is the ultimate Roadshow – a group of exceptional people travelling the world as well as appearing online, demonstrating the untapped potential that we all have to reach the kind of perfection that we desire; mind, body and lifestyle all operating at optimum levels through the generous support of the Worhshipful Master and his team of Personal Assistants.
This project spans live and online platforms using a rich mix of physical theatre, clown, puppetry, online gaming, live streaming/film/animation, projection mapping, & surround sound design. To create a curious, profound and darkly funny experience that spans live and online platforms.
Ramshacklicious create bold, contemporary and innovative theatrical experiences in the public realm. Collaboratively, we create work that is accessible & yet subversive, presenting projects that are surprisingly complex, integrating live music, sound design, physical theatre, storytelling, clown, puppetry, film, animation, projection, fire, pyrotechnics & innovative design. Creating shows that place the audiences & participants experience at the heart of what we do.
Surge runs projects to develop street arts, physical theatre and circus in Scotland. We work with artists, performance companies and educators at all levels of experience. We also run SURGE Festival, our annual event, which takes place each July, which brings new Scottish work and cutting-edge international performances to the streets, theatres and unusual spaces of Glasgow.
Zephyr Liddel is Artist and Costume Designer based in Glasgow, Scotland. Her design practice spans textiles, costume and teaching. An avid collaborator, Zephyr often works with communities, performance artists and directors, crafting elaborate garments and immersive environments. Her work involves finding innovative ways to dress and fabricate with materials, making space for movement, using design lead practice. Zephyr’s textile pieces investigate a symbiotic relationship between costume, textiles and somatic practises.
Zephyr’s work can be seen in productions including The National Trust Scotland Urlar, Amethyst and Every Map Has A Scale for Scottish Dance Theatre and Grin by Mele Broomes.
Bevis Evans Teush. BAFTA Scotland nominated Bevis Evans -Teush has been a video and TV producer for over 20 years. Beyond screen, most of his work is in the performing arts for national organisations like the Royal Scottish National Orchestra and Scottish Opera. Originally from a background in technical theatre he is now exploring the new possibilities of immersive media and performance.
Investigations are ongoing at TECHBOX in Glasgow – a space run by surge.scot.
Experiments include 180 and 360 production. Virtual set design and building.
Directional sound design. Immersive Narratives.
Steve Vertigo has worked in digital for nearly twenty years, initially with the Learning Methods Unit at John Moores Uni in Liverpool producing interactive digital content, then as a 3D artist and senior lecturer in digital design. He was course leader for the MA in Digital Games design for three years. He is currently freelance and has worked for Sky, H&M, and Sony as a digital and motion graphics designer.