Manifesta performance piece coming up! I'm developing some new work for next year. Entitled 'Superimposition' it is a meditation on synthesized violence and propaganda, hopefully to take exhibition/book form. In the meantime I'll be testing it out as a one off performance at Manifesta. Helping me execute this ode will be brilliant butoh performer and dancer Valentin Tszin. If you can, get down to Zurich on 17 SeptemberRead More
Next up a short film commissioned for Piano Day 2016. Piano Day was initiated by Nils Frahm last year as a worldwide celebration of the piano, supported by a series of events, performances and works of art. My film will be premiered on 28 March at the De Montford Suite of the Town Hall Hotel, London.Read More
WHO DO WE BECOME WHEN WE ARE ANONYMOUS?
The live arts cabaret Local Transport begins its residency at Southbank Centre with three immersive works by leading artists, writers and thinkers that explore what anonymity means to us now, and how it protects us from surveillance, permanence, isolation, injustice and consequence. What happens when you strip identity away and leave only the message?Read More
Has access to hard data actually helped us to know more than before?
What can't Big Data tell us? What does all of this information mean for the unknowable, the intangible, the essential mystery of life?
Local Transport presents three short, sharp, multimedia performances from innovative artists and writers.
Michael Salu & Rut Blees Luxemburg, Natasha Caruana and Catherine Anyango take the stage for fifteen minutes each. They tell stories of love at first sight, dystopia and Big Data using words, photography and illustration.