(Mis)Information Desk

(Mis)Information Desk is a parodic site-(non)specific performance that provides correct, misleading, and irrelevant information. The desk workers will enlighten members of the public with directions to non-neighbouring cities, news about the weather, and random facts about the invention of the wheel. (Mis)Information Desk provides playful opportunities for misinformation and subject redefinition. It offers provocations on authorship and illusion/reality within performance.

(Mis)Information Desk, was functioning as a pop-up help centre for the festival, coaxing unsuspecting, and probably struggling festival patrons into asking questions. Followed by trying to upsell them an adult rain poncho. If you’re not expecting the unexpected, you’re in the wrong place.
Review: Threshold 2016 Exhibition at Lantern Theatre: Patrick Kirk-Smith

The performance was a spectacle of the absurd… (Mis)Information Desk presented a transformation of how we understand interaction. Or how we take every day communication for granted, and created something entertaining from the answers. (http://www.artinliverpool.com/)

Performed at Z-Arts for the Emergency Festival by WordOfWarning, Threshold Festival, Chorlton Arts Festival & Brighouse Arts Festival with guest artist Ellen Buckley.