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29/10/15

Fanfare for Crossing the Road – Philadelphia

Philadelphia has now joined London, Helsinki, Lisbon, Cardiff and New York in this ongoing project. On September 3,2015, three piccolo players and three speakers performed a Fanfare at 38th St and Woodland Walk in Philadelphia.The temperature was 95F/35/C and their uniforms were wool -a truly heroic performance!

 
 

29/10/15

CRESCENDO was filmed in Icebox Project Space – a former industrial cold storage building in North Philadelphia. As participants processed into the space – in order of height and speaking their initials, or any initials, (or barking) – the sharp staccato sounds became tones that extended and mingled in the long echo of the space. One month later, the resulting video was projected back into this huge space (the projection was 25′ x 80′), with two instances of the performance screening simultaneously.

 
 

15/04/15

I am off to Falmouth to present work at Where To?, a conference on Walking and Art  at the University, tomorrow.

 
 

29/10/14

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PARTICIPATE ONLINE in the 17th Annual Group Photograph
If you are unable to come to the event please provide answers to the questions below and return to me by email together with a head shot of yourself. I will add your image to the photos, placing you in the correct categories! Please send your information before Nov 5th if possible.

DID YOU HAVE BREAKFAST THIS MORNING?
WHAT IS YOUR SHOE SIZE?
ARE YOU LEFT OR RIGHT HANDED?
WERE YOU BORN IN LONDON?
WHAT WAS YOUR HAIR COLOUR AT AGE 3?
WHAT IS THE FIRST LETTER OF YOUR FIRST NAME?
WHAT IS THE FIRST LETTER OF YOUR LAST NAME?
WHAT FLOOR DO YOU LIVE ON?
HOW MANY CHILDREN ARE IN YOUR FAMILY?
ARE YOU THE OLDEST, MIDDLE, OR YOUNGEST?
WHEN IS YOUR BIRTHDAY? DAY MONTH
WHAT COLOUR ARE YOUR EYES?

 
 

13/10/14

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Advance notice: The 17th Annual Group Photograph – “DID YOU HAVE BREAKFAST THIS MORNING” will be on Thursday, November 6th at 7.30 pm in the Henry Moore Galleries at the Royal College of Art. We will pose the answers to a series of questions that will be printed as banners and pinned high on the gallery walls. I am hoping to encounter statistical bias! Everyone is welcome.

 
 

17/06/14

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TO: was performed at the James A. Farley Post Office at 421 8th Avenue in NYC on May 3rd, 2014. I worked with participants to stage actions typical of a post office visit on the steps leading into the building. Often the re-enactments blended seamlessly into the actions already taking place. The video of this performance opens at AC Institute on Thursday, June 19, 6-8pm.

 
 

14/03/14

 

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The exhibition is opening next Thursday! Please come if you are in Lisbon!