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Treedom!

I’ll perform as part as Tree Radical. I’m the tree who plays the bassoon... Look at the video!

Tree Radical - 50 trees take to the streets of London in a performance that engaged and inspired.

On Thursday 9 July, a parade of 50 trees took to the streets of London to coincide with the Radical Nature exhibition. Stopping at landmark locations including St Paul’s, Bank, Leicester Square, Covent Garden and Piccadilly Circus, the trees entertained the crowds with singing, dancing and staged a host of interactive performances to deliver a reminder of the natural world in the urban environment of the Capital.

The final event, a performance of two hours, will be outside and inside the Barbican Centre.

Barbican
Radical Nature

Some photos on Event Magazine
An article on Culture24
An article in The London Paper



Sound Through at Shunt

Site specific improvisations, I’ll be with bassoon, sound of voice, other little things and live electronics (wiis, pedals...)


24th, 25th and 26th of June
6pm to 9pm
At the Shunt
facebook event
access to the Shunt:
£5 Wednesday and Thursday
£10 Friday

Sound Through is a collective of musicians and sonic artists committed to exploring ideas surrounding aural architecture, sound manipulation, improvisation and performance.

In an ongoing series of site-specific works the Sound Through collective work closely with a range of spaces around London in order to create new and exciting improvised soundscapes using custom designed software and various sound objects and sound making devices and acoustic instruments.

  • Tristan Shorr
  • Bruno Humberto
  • Tom Mudd
  • Nahum Mantra
  • James Alaska
  • Sonia Paço-Rocchia
  • and guesses (Takashi, Tom Whitehouse, Hutch Demouilpied and more!)

Sound through at Utrophia Project Space

I will play in Sound Through the 30th only, as usual, bassoon, things, sounds of voice and live electronics.

Long Did I Build You…

A festival of performance
Utrophia Project Space, 136 Tanners Hill, Deptford.
Friday 29th & Sat 30th May
3pm – 11pm
£3

Tiffany Charrington presents
I shall see your houses
A performance installation that explores the universal enigma: “what makes your house your home.”
3pm – 7pm
By appointment, book via tiffanycharrington AT yahoo.co.uk

Step off the Stage presents
First Person Plural
An interactive audio performance exploring the subconscious construction of narrative in everyday life.
3pm – 9pm (Friday 29th only)
By appointment, book via casimkins AT googlemail.com

Sound Through
A platform of composers, musicians and performers, focused in the relationship between architecture and sound, working from field recordings to live performance. It is a site-specific art collective that will change according with the environment, community and settings where the exploration takes place.
7pm & 10pm

Untitled
Inspired by Beckett’s Krapp’s Last Tape
8pm

Studio 3 presents
Remembered Lines
Fusing dance and physical theatre to explore the abstracted world of the every day, the lives of six individuals connect through their need for structure. Routines are pulled apart and analyzed through the eyes of others. Are we creatures of innocent habit? Or is there a point where routine becomes destructive?
8.30pm

Beyond Direction presents
Beyond The Lamplight
Inspired by Maeterlinck’s Interior
Only a door separates us from the outside. Even after the door has been shut; even after it has been bolted, the outside exists and is beyond our control. The future is suspended in the distance, gradually making its approach.
9.15pm

For more details www.utrophia.net
Supported by The Drama Department at Goldsmiths College.

'Another Day in Paradise'

Durational Performance from Ilka Leukefeld’s Polar Bear series.
Part of Signs of Life exhibition, Colliers Wood, London, 15 November 2008
Video Camera - Mirko Beutler
Polar Bears - Ioanna Pantaz, Sonia Paço-Rocchia



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