THREE events coming up for Elemental Dialogues – Water on the 6th November. an interactive performance at Mottisfont NT nr Romsey. On 10th Nov in the James Turrell Skyspace at Tremenheere Sculpture Park nr Penzance, and on 9th at the End of the Road Cafe, Roselidden Farm nr Helston. For more info see individual flyers below.
Tickets: Mottisfont RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org for free entry OR to buy tickets for Cornwall: Cornwall Film Festival website
You are warmly invited to a site specific installation and performance of ‘Drawing Breath’ at St John on Bethnal Green, London E2 9PA (right beside Bethnal Green underground station)
Thursday 7th May 6.30 – 9pm Opening event – pay bar. (First Thursday)
Saturday 16th May 6.30 – 9pm Closing event – pay bar Jenny Chamarette ‘in conversation’ 7.30 – 8.15pm / Dance performance 8.30
Open: May 8th, 9th,10th, 14th, 15th 1-5pm
DANCE WORKSHOP Explore embodied interpretation of the film ‘Air’ with Gabriel Galvez through improvisation and Japanese Butoh dance techniques.
Saturday 16th May 1pm – 5.30pm essential to book and for information contact Gabriel: email@example.com
Artists: Anna Cady curator of Elemental Dialogues and artist / film maker Pauline Thomas – artist / film maker Jenny Chamarette – film theorist – will lead a conversation about the interpretative process. Melanie Rose – Artist – tacit drawings created as an interpretation of the film ‘Air’ Gabriel Galvez – dancer (with the breath)
Elemental Dialogues – Air is a practice-led research project that has been running for approximately 18 months. It explores what happens when the short film Air is handed over to a network of poets /writers, sound artists/musicians, and scholars, with the original soundtrack removed. Each contributor then produces an interpretation of Air, through their own diverse practice. These interpretations are then re-embedded into the film, creating new, pluridisciplinary artworks, each of which tells a different and sometimes radically unexpected story. At St John’s we will explore embodied interpretations through projection, music, words, dance and tacit drawing.
Poets: Joan McGavin, Briony Bennett, Steve Fowler, Marcus Slease, Owen Lowery, Tami Haaland, Kate Koning, Sara Maitland, Brian Evans-Jones.
Sound Artists and musicians: Jan Hendrickse, Sebastiane Hegarty, Howard Moody, Abby Wollston, Tara Stuckey, Steve Kemper, Aaron D’Sa, Deepak Venkateshvaran, Steve Emmerson
Child dancers (filmed): Jean and Iris Roffey.