Ross Sutherland will divine a new work in spoken word and reclaimed video from the detritus of pop culture and decaying memory.
Ross Sutherland will be performing on all tour dates.
Ross Sutherland was born in Edinburgh in 1979. A former lecturer in electronic literature at Liverpool John Moore’s University, Ross works as a freelance journalist and tutor in creative writing. His first collection, Things To Do Before You Leave Town, was published in 2009, followed by the limited edition mini-book Twelve Nudes in 2010 and the e-book Hyakuretsu Kyaku in 2011. His latest collection is Emergency Window, described by The Independent as ‘lucid observations, smart conceits and insight into the contemporary world as a fragmented, self-constructed thing’. Ross is a member of live literature collective Aisle 16, and has toured nationally and internationally, including solo show Three Stigmata of Pac-Man, collaborative spoken word lecture Found in Translation, and interactive theatre pieces Comedian Dies in the Middle of Joke and Hinterland.