PERFORMANCE

My interest in the body and corporeality in electronic music has led to an increasing focus on performed music and music as performance. I have explored this in various contexts, for example in  my solo performance Seeress in collaboration with live video artists alKamie.

SEERESS

Seeress is a collaboration with live video artists alKamie in a performance based on the Völva character from Völuspà, an old Norse saga. I perform solo with my feedback instrument which....                                                                                           read more

REACH

REACH is an improvised performance exploring a digital mediation between dancer, musician and visualiser, via gestures (or physical thinking). The artists....                                                                                                                                                                    read more

LIVE ELECTRONICS

Live electronics and voice from a concert in St Nicholas Church, Leicester, UK 17 July 2010.                                                                                                                                                  read more... 

LIVE ART - PERFORMANCE ART

Starting with an invitation from The Ahhhness of Things live art & performance collective to join their performance The Earth Will Absolve Me, I have begun to explore performance

in a new context of live art and performance art. I see performance in the widest possible way, not tied to definitions but guided by a desire to explore processes and actions in front of an audience. The music emerges as much from movements and relations on stage as from any sounds these result in.

 

The Earth Will Absolve Me

The Earth Will Absolve Me

Preparations for live art performance with The Ahhhness of Things Collective at Spill Festival in Ipswich October 2014. Photo: Annelie Nederberg.

The Earth Will Absolve Me

The Earth Will Absolve Me

Preparations for live art performance with The Ahhhness of Things Collective at Spill Festival in Ipswich October 2014. Photo: Annelie Nederberg.

The Earth Will Absolve Me

The Earth Will Absolve Me

Live art performance with The Ahhhness of Things Collective at the Hat Factory, Luton, November 2013. Photo by Stephen King.

The Earth Will Absolve Me

The Earth Will Absolve Me

Live art performance with The Ahhhness of Things Collective at the Hat Factory, Luton, November 2013. Photo by Asaware Jagushte.

The Earth Will Absolve Me

The Earth Will Absolve Me

Live art performance with The Ahhhness of Things Collective at the Hat Factory, Luton, November 2013. Photo by Asaware Jagushte.

Hundred Years Gallery

Hundred Years Gallery

Found, dance/sound installation in collaboration with Jia-Yu Corti at Hundred Years Gallery in London 18 January 2014. Photo by Antonio Mena.

Hundred Years Gallery

Hundred Years Gallery

Found, dance/sound installation in collaboration with Jia-Yu Corti at Hundred Years Gallery in London 18 January 2014. Photo by Antonio Mena.

Hundred Years Gallery

Hundred Years Gallery

Found, dance/sound installation in collaboration with Jia-Yu Corti at Hundred Years Gallery in London 18 January 2014. Photo by Antonio Mena.

Hundred Years Gallery

Hundred Years Gallery

Found, dance/sound installation in collaboration with Jia-Yu Corti at Hundred Years Gallery in London 18 January 2014. Photo by Antonio Mena.

Hundred Years Gallery

Hundred Years Gallery

Found, dance/sound installation in collaboration with Jia-Yu Corti at Hundred Years Gallery in London 18 January 2014. Photo by Antonio Mena.

There May Be Trouble Ahead

There May Be Trouble Ahead

"Exactly what this work will be, is not yet known; it will be devised, over a period of ten hours, by the artists present on the day. No matter what, we’ll face the music and dance!" Performance at Agony Art 18 October 2013. Photo by Agony Art.

There May Be Trouble Ahead

There May Be Trouble Ahead

"Exactly what this work will be, is not yet known; it will be devised, over a period of ten hours, by the artists present on the day. No matter what, we’ll face the music and dance!" Performance at Agony Art 18 October 2013. Photo by Agony Art.

There May Be Trouble Ahead

There May Be Trouble Ahead

"Exactly what this work will be, is not yet known; it will be devised, over a period of ten hours, by the artists present on the day. No matter what, we’ll face the music and dance!" Performance at Agony Art 18 October 2013. Photo by Agony Art.