Fulk tilt training at the wired space in liverpool (Taken with Instagram)
Me and Bunny Bunny are off to rehearsals in cornwall (Taken with instagram)
“Very rarely does a very interesting concept for an album translate itself into a very interesting album musically, but trust the Touch label to get it right. On ‘4 Rooms’ (nothing to do with the crappy Tarantino-related hotel flick) Danish sound artist Jacob Kirkegaard explores the legacy of the nuclear disaster in Chernobyl. Kirkegaard recorded four rooms in the abandoned military bunkers, rooms that were active meeting points for people and have been left totally abandoned since the disaster. He recorded the silence of the room for a set time and then played it back to the empty room, recording the results. These recordings became layered over and over the sound, building up into dense and haunting drones - the results simply harrowing. For some strange reason (probably my brain interpreting it badly) the pieces actually bring to mind Andrei Tarkofky’s classic post-apocalyptic mediation ‘Stalker’, the thick, moving drones taking me across deserted landscapes and into frightening, stark concrete bunkers. One of the most engrossing albums on Touch for some time, a big recommendation”
Lumiere Digitale are delighted to have been awarded an artists residency at the Pervaisive Media Studio at the watershed, Bristol, where we will be based for the next few months.
We are being supported by the studio to develop some new technology for our debut show, which will take place in a…
after a 6am start and three hours in hair and make up this morning and i was transformed into a 1940’s showgirl, look out for my high kicks in the BBC2 paraolymipic special ‘best of men’
site specific dance film, created in an old victorian cell
Handstandz at cirque du freq