Audio track two. A soundscape created from sounds recorded onsite.
A sound and movement collaboration about the spaces communities leave behind. In collaboration with Grace Nicol, Holly Beasley-Garrigan, Graeme Bateman, Paul White and Kaas Aziz. This audio track was playing throughout the performance, alongside Track Two posted above.
We are Borough. We are a collective, forever collecting. We rise and fall like the ocean, we perform and parade for the sun.
‘Noise is the vibration of work, but also of play. […] Noise is accident, chance and luck. Noise is the vibration of life itself’ (Bennet, 2003).
Site-specific work performed, composed and devised by Daisy Moon and Hannah Dean. This performance explores the state of disembodiment and tension. Strategic actions are performed using a variety of materials. Tape is both tool and theme within the experimentation and is used to create and enhance sonic environment and visual aesthetic.
A contemporary exploration of a pop song. Performed with Julia Walton, composed by Richard Panrucker.
3 DOORS AT 33
Three individual one to one encounters exploring femininity and it’s roles. This performance explored the use of headphones to connect sound with space, and physicality as interaction between audience and performer. Sound clip recorded from the second encounter of the performance. Project in collaboration with Benjamin Cerigo and Dee Dunscombe
An installation work exploring the relationship between sound and moving image. An audience participatory event.
Project in collaboration with Jacob Kirmes-Daly and Patrick Dennis.