Special performance with Gabrielle Leah New this Sunday @ The Wonder Inn, Manchester 3pm #butoh #liveelectronics #newart #improvisation #thewonderinn
This is the award winning work by Gabrielle New recently exhibited in Melbourne
Persephone7 . 8 min performance video installation on loop.2016. dimensions variable, Tyvek photo-print, tuelle.
Music: Norman Skipp. Filming: Paul Candy
'Persephone 7' is a performance video installation exploring the psychological feminine journey of self-discovery. It is based on the archetypal myths of Persephone, Innana and Salome. Veiled in the metaphors of Illusion and Time is the truth about who we are.
Persephone 7 utilises Butoh dance performance, installation and projection to communicate the process of transformation of psychological development.
On reflecting on 2016, I assembled this playlist from different artists that have moved my ears and soul this past year and those that have left us that continue to Inspire.
A collaboration between Matrafisc Dance Company and Vonnegut Collective.
"Soul's paths" is a site specific performance at The Wonder Inn, Manchester
Performance times: 7pm & 9pm
Limited to 30 tickets per performance
Matrafisc dance company
- Choreography: Ina Colizza and Antonello Apicella
- Dancers: Antonello Apicella, Ina Colizza, Paula de la Puente, Giorgio De Carolis, Emma Lansley, Mariateresa Molino
- Violin: Gemma South
- Trumpet: Gary Farr
- Electronic music: Norman Skipp
- Percussion: Harry Percy
Joining the Vonnegut Collective for this excitiing event at Isllington Mill
10th June 2016
Trumpet - Gary Farr
Violin - Gemma South
Bass and E flat Clarinet - Marianne Rawles
Electronics - Norm Skipp
A newly commissioned work with the Vonnegut Collective as part of the Didsbury Arts Festival. '...tiny lights...' draws inspiration from the novel 'The Wind-up Bird Chronicle' by Haruki Murakami and delves into that space between sleep and wakefulness, combining electronic and acoustic sound, notated and improvised music, to create a surreal, dream-like sound-space.
The performance took place as part of a charity evening at the Siemens Building in Manchester on the 25th June 2015