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Corin Sworn and Claricia Parinussa


A business park in the Clyde Valley

Saturday 27 November 2021

Corin Sworn and Claricia Parinussa will present eco-co-location – a live one-off performance in a vacant office space within a near-empty suburban business park. Emerging through physical and verbal discussions, the performance explores dispersed sensation and variously suspended and compressed timeframes in response to this lapsed infrastructure of late capitalist administration.

Within the vast, stripped-out space Sworn and Parinussa draw attention to the enormous cloudscape beyond. Clouds, employed as signifiers of data storage, insinuate connection between the material world and the complex concealed processes of corporate industries which, while remaining hidden and obscured, present as insubstantial, almost transcendent, ephemeral non-places.

This is the first in a series of five events entitled ‘Moving in Relation’ through which Sworn continues to research human interrelationships with technology. Working with dancers, academics and 'robot vision' equipped cameras, Sworn is developing a discursive and experimental event series that explores algorithmic thought, datafication and their influence on physical bodies while seeking to make obscure knowledge immanent and palpable.

Event Information

Coach travel is provided as part of your booking, and will depart at 2.30pm from outside South Block Studios, 60-64 Osborne St, Glasgow G1 5QH
Return by 5pm (traffic dependent).
To attend this event we ask that you bring evidence of a negative lateral flow test. This will be required at the point of boarding the coach.

The performance will last c.40 minutes.
Refreshments will be available after the performance.
Booking is required and includes coach travel to and from the venue.


The venue is fully accessible with lift access.
Accessible toilets are available.
Please contact [email protected] to discuss any access requirements or questions in advance of your visit.

Covid-19 Information

We are following the latest Scottish Government guidelines to protect against the transmission of Covid-19.

All staff will wear face coverings when interacting with the public and we ask that visitors wear a face covering during transportation to and from the venue and throughout the event, unless exempt.