We need your (self) help: The Comfort Zone
The Comfort Zone is an interactive installation that’s all about bringing people back together to have a natter and to start to feel more human again.
In this Fluid Conversation session, we’ll be asking these three questions to help develop the installation when it hits public spaces in the summer:
How are you doing?
How have you helped yourself over the last 12 months?
How can we help you?
We want to know how your experiences have shaped you, changed you, and made you feel.
If you have any answers to any of the above, we'd love for you to join in the conversation on Thursday 29 April, 1pm, on Zoom.
We are creating the installation alongside outdoor artist Lorna Rees, Artistic Director of Gobbledegook Theatre, who makes innovative work that tours to outdoor spaces.
Fluid Motion is all about putting our audiences and our community at the centre of what we do, that’s why for April’s Fluid Conversation we’d like you to get involved and have a say in this project whilst its still being developed.
The Comfort Zone is being developed as part of The Gathering Project - the largest community project Fluid Motion has ever embarked upon.
It sees us travel to 10 different communities across Hampshire, working directly with local people to use theatre as a tool to promote community cohesion, resilience, positive health and wellbeing.