The artists’ crowd-sourced storytelling platform Telepuppet.tv tries to break the borders for immigrant communities and begin a dialogue on the reasons for immigration between Europe and the rest of the world.
During his residency in Liverpool, the artists made contact with the local Iranian community and interviewed individuals to understand more about their personal stories. He asked about the countries they left behind and in particular the things that the migrants were missing or were proud of. His puppets then travelled to these locations, documenting the sights and sounds of the places that are special to Liverpool’s Iranian community.
On the evening of Thursday 2 October, this footage will form part of a live performance featuring the puppets and the films made on their travels! The audience in Ropewalks Square will also be invited to join in with the show
FACT co-produces and presents Telepuppet.tv in the framework of Connecting Cities: Participatory City 2014. Connecting Cities is a European project initiated by Public Art Lab (Berlin), in collaboration with 23 international partners in 21 cities. More info here.
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