Documentary exploring the life of Brion Gysin, inventor of a hypnotic light device called the Dreammachine. Includes interviews from some of the ’60s counter-culture’s most eccentric icons.
The book is an extension of the exhibition, composed of entries from each performer/artist celebrating the work of Stuart Sherman.
Performance Matters 5th October 8.30pm.Musical Pieces / I Wanna Be in That ShowAugusto Corrieri and Owen ParryToynbee Studios.Part of an ongoing investigation into solo performance, Musical Pieces explores the deceptive qualities of perception and attention offered by the theatre, playing with different forms of on-stage concealment and trickery.I Wanna Be in that Show is a performance about wanting to be in a performance. It draws on the feeling of seeing a performance and recognising one’s own desire to be in it or to have created it. It’s about art that drives you to make more art, to revel in its forms and textures and to question the bodies that occupy it.
An examination of classical dance, its people, its hierarchies, its worlds of illusion and its images of the body. The performers abandon their usual stage presences and means of representation, finding new approaches to their own biographies as dancers.1 of 5 DVDs from the series brutproduktion, season 2009. See REF. P1217; D1134-8.Video documentation, 60 mins.
Analyses the dramatic works of modern German, American, English, French, and Spanish writers within their historical and cultural contexts.