SONIC ILLUMINATION 6pm-8pm, Tuesday April 28, 2015
Performance, play and the language of Old English
6pm-8pm, Tuesday April 28, River Room, King’s College London
A collaborative performance and translation of the Old English 'Riming Poem'.
Featuring Caroline Bergvall, Tom Chivers (Penned in the Margins) and Forster & Heighes.
With Josh Davies, Clare Lees and Jenny Neville, and staff and students of King’s College London and Royal Holloway, University of London.
As part of an ongoing collaboration with The Performance Foundation at Kings College, London, F&H now turn their attention to 22 Kingsway, a speculative office building, designed by Lewis Soloman, Kaye & Partners in 1960, that intriguingly incorporates a large theatre in its basement.
At the invitation of The Twentieth Century Society, and to mark the building’s recent incarnation as The Virginia Woolf Building (Department of Arts & Humanities, King’s College, London)...
Plant Science was a meditation on the apparatus of study and learning; an exploration of the performative qualities of the lab bench and workstation as sites of intense scrutiny and discovery and devices for pedagogical exchange and experiment. Glasshouse, green-board, test bench, workstation, fume cupboard, propagation bed, specimen cabinet and fire door - a building distilled to its essential elements, clarified, separated and reconstituted in the neoclassical environment of Somerset House...
Ramsgate, Kent 2012
The partnership is pleased to announce it has received funding from Arts Council England to research and develop a landscape performance project on the site of the former Hoverlloyd Hoverport, Pegwell Bay nr Ramsgate, Kent. If you traveled on the service, or you kite-surf, walk, bird-watch, or bait dig at Pegwell Bay get in touch!
Project partners: Thanet Council, Kent Wildlife Trust, The Hovercraft Museum, Lee-on-Solent