Sunday, 29 October 2017

Sat 28 Oct - MINUTES AND SOLOS. Sean Bruno and Luke Dixon

Creating and collecting with the Centre of Solo Performance. Sean Bruno and Luke Dixon discuss live art, e-performance, and how to move from stage to digital. They introduce their new project MINUTES collecting 60 seconds of audio from performers all over the world. The Minutes is an active archive of monologues, stories, live art works, spoken words, songs, essays, jokes, commentary, haikus, loud breathings and anything else a microphone can catch in 60 seconds.

Listen Again - Sean Bruno and Luke Dixon, Solo Performance and Minutes

Tuesday, 17 October 2017

Sat 21 Oct - GREEK ART: debt and visual media with Vicky Zigras

Artist and media archivist Vicky Zigras reflects on the visual arts and how these are being affected by the economic situation and government debt-crisis in her home country of Greece. She follows in the footsteps of an artistic family and discusses the work of her mother Dora Zigras alongside that of well-known contemporary artists such as Theodoros Stamos, Miltos Manetas, Lydia Venieri and the filmmaker Theo Angelopoulos. With Hellenic-inspired sounds from rembetiko to reflective composition.

Listen Again - Vicky Zigras - Greek Art

Saturday, 14 October 2017

Sat 14 Oct - LAKE TWINS: Mirror Twins

Mirrors and Twins. The Lake Twins discuss their practice collaboratively and the presence of twins in art and the media, in particular monozygotic sororal siblings. With two younger twins  the Thompsons coincidentally also from SE London, the sisters share their own feelings about reflected asymmetry of their own biology Phoebe and Lydia explore the unspoken intimacy they experience as mirror twins and what they perceive to be a unified consciousness.

Mirrors and Twins and Art : The Lake Twins - Sat 14 Oct

Sat 7 Oct - CHANGE AND HARVEST: Sarah Pager and Rebecca Feiner

Change, a programme marking the seasonal shift. Rebecca Feiner talks to Sarah Pager before the opening of 'Harvest' on 13 October, her solo show at the Elements Gallery at Lubomirov Angus-Hughes in East London. Author Ian Sinclair creates a musical and spoken word collaboration with saxophonist Bill Parry Davies, and the founder and editor of Artlyst, Paul Carter Robinson, discusses happenings in the art world this autumn.

Listen Again - Change with Rebecca Feiner. Elements, Harvest and East London Art