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Painter Lucy Stein's distinctive figurative painting style always verges on abstraction. Her enigmatic figures, strange vignettes and dreamlike scenarios are produced by an approach to making that she likens to 'a game of consequences played with myself'. Working intuitively, through an on-going series of additions and subtractions, she allows the process of painting to shape the form and content of her images, while also alluding to themes such as memory, hysteria and method acting explored by writers and philosophers as diverse as Daphne du Maurier, Jean-Paul Sartre and Kathy Acker.
Movement and sound collide in space.
Movement that is heard, felt and sensed in the body. Sound constantly shaping and reshaping the room. By tuning into the simple idea of the acoustic wave, The Amplitude reveals the relationship between sound and movement and remixes their channels of perception. With its entire soundscape created live on stage, directly from the amplified and recorded movement of the performer, The Amplitude aims to create resonance with its audience by offering a highly immersive experience of sound in movement.
London based artist Steven Claydon works in a variety of media including sculpture, installation, video and performance. His art is marked by a sustained focus on concepts of the artefact, the object, or the 'thing'. Often, his works highlight the ambivalent status of artefacts in society, and the ways in which knowledge is transmitted between cultures and epochs. A recurring focus of his practice is materiality, ranging from atomic structure to culturally-constructed meanings and properties.
A sharing of the choreographic work that has been devised by each of our Propeller groups with their leaders during their sessions over the last term. This will be an exhilarating and extraordinary evening of new dance works and will leave you feeling much better about the state of the world.
Local inclusive company Shallal Dance Theatre created two site specific performances, Doorways for the atmospheric grand facade at Godolphin House and Ladders and Footprints inspired by local philanthropist Passmore Edwards around Falmouth Library.
This show brings the best of both shows indoors for a stage production which promises mesmerising improvised dance, ingenious costume and compelling drama.
"beautiful", "Inspiring", " had everything sad, funny, emotional," "enlightening and entertaining', "witty inventive and very engaging"
The year is 1978, isolated from the mainland, Eric Valentine and Bernard Humphries have been stationed at Echo Point lighthouse, somewhere off the coast of England. The unlikely strangers have just begun to lay down foundations for this odd working relationship when the uncanny occurs.
Renowned international choreographer Ben Wright and musician and writer Stuart Warwick collaborate to bring you bgroup's most intimate and theatrical production to date.