The trio will perform for the first time together. They will involve 16mm projection, slide photography, sound and music.
Karel Doing has been working independently, creating experimental films, documentaries and performative pieces focusing on sensorial, semiotic, post-colonial and environmental topics. Doing's work has been shown worldwide in cinemas, on festivals, in galleries, museums and on stage. He continues to make and show new work in a variety of contexts and has given workshops and lectures internationally at Willem de Kooning Academy, Piet Zwart Institute, KABK, Nordland Kunst og Filmfagskole, FAMU, University of East London, Ravensbourne College. Pierre Bouvier Patron is a visual artist based in London. He is currently working with different media such as digital video and film, exploring the boundaries between them and creating moving image works, performances and installations. He has developed skills in various areas such as experimental film, documentary films and music videos. Pierre has been involved in video screenings and video performances, in solo and in collaboration with musicians such as Syd Kemp, Neil’s Children and artist Blanca Regina. His work has been shown in France, Spain, the UK and Germany. Jack Goldstein makes Experimental Lo-fi Power Pop/Emo. His latest record, entitled 'Sandwiches',is a Brian Wilson-esque song-cycle set in an imagined interzone near the Oxford that Goldstein grew up in. His previous record, 'Tonic Of Wilderness', was described as "a quiet triumph; a….collage of sound taking in so many moods, emotions and samples that it’s hard to keep track". He is also a musicologist and academic at Goldsmiths University and was awarded the Bob Gilmore Prize for Outstanding Work in Musicology for his dissertation on the influence of politics and brass bands. He has also written on pop, experimental and improvised music.