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  • Music for Flesh II - Donnarumma - thumbnailvideo artwork

    Music for Flesh II

    A digital-visceral performance • artist: Marco Donnarumma
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ArtworkVol. 1Music for Flesh II

Music for Flesh II

A digital-visceral performance • artist: Marco Donnarumma

Marco Donnarumma

Music for Flesh II is an interactive performance for enhanced body, based on the biophysical music system Xth Sense, developed by the author and performer, artist Marco Donnarumma. This interface, and the performer, have an unusually liquid and sensual manner with one another.

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    The Opposite of Trauma (The Skin Walks)

    Documentation of performance for public space • Yvon Bonenfant (artistic director) and the Galloping Cuckoos (performers)
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ArtworkVol. 2The Opposite of Trauma (The Skin Walks)

The Opposite of Trauma (The Skin Walks)

Documentation of performance for public space • Yvon Bonenfant (artistic director) and the Galloping Cuckoos (performers)

Yvon Bonenfant

Bonenfant directed a process during which the ensemble Galloping Cuckoos explored a range of skin sensations associated with attempted ex-traumatic states and then translated these into postures and ‘walks’. These were then walked through three cities: Paris, London and Cardiff, suggesting other ways of somatic being to passersby, sometimes almost invisibly.

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    VUST!

    A work in sound and extra-normal voice • artists: Lawrence Upton and Benedict Taylor
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ArtworkVol. 1VUST!

VUST!

A work in sound and extra-normal voice • artists: Lawrence Upton and Benedict Taylor

Lawrence Upton & Benedict Taylor

Acclaimed wordsmith, experimental performance poet and graphic artist Lawrence Upton brings his years of experience to the table in this gritty work with Benedict Taylor.