4–5 August 2017
Two nights based around the themes of depression and hysteria curated by Lucy Stein and Mark Harwood.
Shana Moulton works in video and performance. Moulton studied at the University of California, Berkeley and Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, where she received her MFA. Moulton has also recently attended the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture in Skowhegan, Maine, and studied at De Ateliers in Amsterdam. Her video work has been screened and exhibited internationally, including at The Armory Show Art Fair, New York; Smack Mellon, Brooklyn; Loop '05 Video Festival, Barcelona; Rencontres internationales Paris/Berlin, Paris; Aurora, Edinburgh; Dark Light Festival, Dublin; Impakt Festival, Utrecht; Internationale Kurzfilmtage, Oberhausen; Canada Gallery, New York; and Bellwether, New York. Moulton currently lives and works in Brooklyn, New York.
Kieron Livingstone, all new accelerators, jack too jack, long meg.
Steven Claydon, add n to (x), jack too jack, relaxed muscle, Long meg.
HOAX is a company of theatre makers. They specialise in concrete piping and provocative contemporary work. They blend text, physical theatre and comedy to give voice to social and ecological issues. They are very serious and very silly.
Alice Kemp works with dream-image-language and subtle trance states, creating audio compositions and live-art performances. She lives in the South West of England, continually developing a practice of experimental music, audio composition, public and private performance, drawing and painting, doll/object making and hidden exhibits. Her work has been described as hypnotic, intense, unnerving, beautiful, dark and reflective, aggressive, confusing, meditative, pointless, brave, sensual, baffling, delicate, and absurd. Kemp has released music on Fragment Factory (DE), Harbinger Sound (UK), and Erratum Musical (FR).
Lives in St Just, Cornwall. Taurus, Scorpio rising. Synesthete. Painter. Mistress of the dark arts.
Second live collaboration from Mark Harwood (Astor, Penultimate Press) and Nell Peto (Oxford).
Collaborators Vindicatrix, New Noveta and Louis Backhouse present a new piece 'Penanggalan' involving costumes and processed recitations.
After hibernating in the premises of Silver Road’s tank Lia returns loaded with the promise of a stormy and cathartic solo performance.
Beth Collar was born in Cambridge. She works in performance, sculpture, installation and video. Recent projects and performances have been at the Kunstverein München, Munich 2017, Kunstraum, London, 2017 Standpoint, London, 2017, Glasgow Women’s Library, Glasgow, 2016, Hester, New York, 2016, KW, Berlin, 2016, Fig 2, ICA, London, 2015, Cubitt, London, Rijksakademie, Amsterdam, 2015, Raven Row, London, 2015, the Serpentine Galleries, London, 2015 and Flat Time House, London, 2014. She was recipient of the Mark Tanner Sculpture Award 2016/17.
Pure downer vibes.