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non zero one make interactive experiences where you, the participant, are vital. As non zero one turns 10, we asked eight people who have been part of our journey to pose us a question. We reflect on lessons we’ve learned from collaborators, mentors, and unexpected places, focusing on a different question in each 20-minute episode.

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non zero one make interactive experiences where you, the participant, are vital. As non zero one turns 10, we asked eight people who have been part of our journey to pose us a question. We reflect on lessons we’ve learned from collaborators, mentors, and unexpected places, focusing on a different question in each 20-minute episode.

www.nonzeroone.com

    1: "When was the first moment?"

    1: "When was the first moment?"

    Tamara Harvey, Associate Director at the Bush Theatre during non zero one’s 'this is where we got to when you came in' (2011), and current Artistic Director of Theatre Clwyd asks, “When was the first moment?”

    In this episode we take it back to the start, the moments of learning that blew our tiny minds. We pay tribute to some of the people and experiences that helped us realise what ‘theatre’ could be, and when it was ok for something not to be ‘theatre’ at all. Why was six the magic number? Is £120 enough for a ‘production budget’? And if you’re making a show, do you actually have to be in it?

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    As non zero one turns 10, we asked eight people who have been part of our journey to pose us a question. We reflect on lessons we’ve learned from collaborators, mentors, and unexpected places, focusing on a different question in each 20-minute episode. Music by James Bulley.

    www.nonzeroone.com

    • 18 min
    2: "How do you make people feel part of the team?"

    2: "How do you make people feel part of the team?"

    Dr Robina Shah, Consultant Chartered Psychologist, former High Sheriff of Greater Manchester and a woman chosen to become a statue in 'put her forward' (2018) asks, “What are the characteristics that underpin the spirit of non zero one – specifically, how you make other people feel part of your team?”
    This episode is about collaborating, and the ways in which our collaborations with creatives and production professionals have moved our practice on significantly. What has working alongside others shown us about our own approach to making work? What does “starting at the beginning” mean? And how do you collaborate with an audience?

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    As non zero one turns 10, we asked eight people who have been part of our journey to pose us a question. We reflect on lessons we’ve learned from collaborators, mentors, and unexpected places, focusing on a different question in each 20-minute episode. Music by James Bulley.

    www.nonzeroone.com

    • 17 min
    3: "When you've taught theatre, what have you learned about theatre?"

    3: "When you've taught theatre, what have you learned about theatre?"

    Dan Rebellato, writer, lecturer and former Head of Drama and Theatre at Royal Holloway, University of London asks, “When you’ve taught theatre, what have you learned about theatre?”

    Teaching is hard. In this episode we look at how teaching at university, alongside peers, and in workshops has forced us to try and articulate our own processes better – how do you get to a place where you understand what you’re doing well enough to make that useful for someone else? And how do you help someone who doesn’t want to do things the way you do them?

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    As non zero one turns 10, we asked eight people who have been part of our journey to pose us a question. We reflect on lessons we’ve learned from collaborators, mentors, and unexpected places, focusing on a different question in each 20-minute episode. Music by James Bulley.

    www.nonzeroone.com

    • 20 min
    4: "How do you make sure you're inclusive in the work that you produce?"

    4: "How do you make sure you're inclusive in the work that you produce?"

    Rubaiyath Reza, president of the 2018/19 chapter of Amnesty International UAE and collaborator-participant in let’s take a walk (2016) asks, “How do non zero one ensure that you continue to be inclusive and diverse in your castings and the work that you produce?”

    In this episode we look at collaborating with people who are different to us, and how those differences have made our work better. We also examine some of the barriers that our type of interactive, tech-heavy work introduces for people, ways in which we’ve approached that in the past, and the distance we still have to go. Does being an artist mean you need to hear the sound of your own voice? How can you use that position to listen, rather than talk?

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    As non zero one turns 10, we asked eight people who have been part of our journey to pose us a question. We reflect on lessons we’ve learned from collaborators, mentors, and unexpected places, focusing on a different question in each 20-minute episode. Music by James Bulley.

    www.nonzeroone.com

    • 17 min
    5: "Who / what are your biggest influences as makers?"

    5: "Who / what are your biggest influences as makers?"

    Sheila Ghelani, artist, maker and collaborator with non zero one on 'take-hold' (2018) and 'let’s take a walk' (2016) asks, “Who / what are your biggest influences as makers?”

    In this episode we talk about some of the individuals, companies (there are a lot) and experiences that have changed our perceptions of what we can do, and what we should do. How has undergoing therapy helped us think about the potential of our work? Do we appreciate the impact teachers we had as teenagers have had on the art we want to make?

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    As non zero one turns 10, we asked eight people who have been part of our journey to pose us a question. We reflect on lessons we’ve learned from collaborators, mentors, and unexpected places, focusing on a different question in each 20-minute episode. Music by James Bulley.

    www.nonzeroone.com

    • 21 min
    6: "How have your jobs in theatre influenced your work at non zero one?"

    6: "How have your jobs in theatre influenced your work at non zero one?"

    Lyn Gardner is one of UK’s foremost theatre critics and an Associate Editor of The Stage. Lyn reviewed 'would like to meet' in 2010 and asks, “How have your individual jobs in British theatre influenced your work at non zero one?”

    Like many people in theatre, everyone at non zero one has other jobs – this is what allows the company to work in the way that it does. In this episode we talk about wearing different hats, how to know when to borrow something good, and how to know when to leave something behind. How have bigger organisations helped us, a little one? Who learned that the professionals are making it up as they go? And how easy is it to take your artist’s hat off?

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    As non zero one turns 10, we asked eight people who have been part of our journey to pose us a question. We reflect on lessons we’ve learned from collaborators, mentors, and unexpected places, focusing on a different question in each 20-minute episode. Music by James Bulley.

    www.nonzeroone.com

    • 19 min

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Great insight

A great insight into the work of this wonderful group.

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