Can I Help You? by Rhiannon Armstrong
Where: The streets of Hull
When: Saturday October 8. All day.
Help is at hand!
I am available to all for FREE help. I come well equipped with sewing kits, philosophical advice, handcream. I am the multitool of helping hands! The performance art version of Handy Andy, use me while you can!
So go on, buy that extra bag of melons, there’s someone here to help you carry them home.
STRONG ARMS, HELPING HANDS.
PS: Tool belt includes: garbage bags, change for a tenner, pens, paper, a hammer, nails, needle and thread, The Little Book of Calm, a fan, mints.
PARENTAL GUIDANCE: This encounter is one-to-one and suitable for any age, but under 14s should be accompanied by an adult.
Rhiannon Armstrong is an interdisciplinary artist known for making emotionally sensitive and critically astute work, often involving the participation of members of the public. She addresses important subjects in an accessible manner, conducting her solo work under the lifelong series title ‘Instructions for Empathetic Living’.
Her critically acclaimed one-to-one performance, archive, and digital project ‘The International Archive of Things Left Unsaid’ has toured throughout the UK and internationally.
Rhiannon is no stranger to collaboration having worked with many respected artists over the last decade, bringing her expertise in collaboration and interaction to projects with Chris Goode & Co, Battersea Arts Centre, Latitude Festival, the Barbican, Camden People’s Theatre. Rhiannon is an associate artist of Coney.