Thursday, 5 February 2015
Kymmata: The gods for playmates
Last week I was part of the 5 day installation and performance exhibition 'Kymmata: The gods for playmates' curated by Lex Blintzios at the O3 Gallery, in Oxford. Over the 5 days I had my photographic score 'un' installed. During the last 2 days a series of performances took place in the space. I had members of the 'Oxford Improvisers' Paul Medley and Martin Hackett on Saturday respond the score with an hour long improvisation. Then on the Sunday dancer Flavia Coube did a silent dance response.
'un' is a photographic installation and an open graphic score. It focuses on the un-noticed shadows of our everyday life and un-heard sounds through improvisation and movement.
I also worked with Macarena Ortuzar on a new piece called 'Aliunde' a collaboration of improvised sound and dance.
Lee Churchill - took the photo from above the performance space of myself and Macarena. Other photos taken by myself of 'un' Installed and Flavia
More info about Kymmata HERE
Posted by Lee Riley