Event

Bird Call

30 Jan 2020

Regular hours

Thu, 30 Jan
07:00 – 23:30

Cost of entry

£3.00 on the door

The Old Baths

London
England, United Kingdom

Address

Travel Information

  • Hackney Wick Station

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Radical Live Art Experiment

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‘BIRD CALL’, OLD BATHS ANNOUNCES A LIVE ART NIGHT OF RADICAL PLURALITY  

January 30th is the first installation of the series BIRD CALL, a live art event which aims to evoke celebratory and dissenting joy in the face of virtual isolation and ever-encroaching fragmentation of community. With experimental performance, poetry and music, the curated artists will perform back-to-back sequences in one continuous song, or collective ‘bird call’. Thus aiming to forge an immersive relationship with audience, surrounding them in sensitive cacophony.

The event is curated and produced by New York based multi-disciplinary artist Katy Pinke who will debut her genre-blurring poem/play ‘What is The Sound of This Shadow’ with support from Meat’s Jordan Hamblin. Inspired by the “milk and honey language” of Helene Cixous’ écriture féminine, the piece subverts the traditional Orphic tragedy, channeling the figure of Eurydice with Beckettian thought-speak and the studious poetics of Anne Carson. Here is a link to a section of the piece.

Other acts include Nuha Ruby Ra, Conrad Armstrong with a performance lecture, art duo FISH GRL with musical clowning as well as Butoh-inspired improvisation from dance artist Mai Nguyen Tri. Deep Throat Choir’s Heloise Tunstall-Behrens will perform a vocal improvisation while Sam Huxley (Paradise Dose) and Drugstore Romeo’s Sarah Downie (aka Tooth Adderley the human theremin) will generate responsive soundscapes. More surprise guests TBA on the Facebook event.

The Old Baths will host the evening and is perfect for the interdisciplinary and experimental aim of the night. The venue will provide a bar which is wheelchair accessible - Old Baths staff will be present to support anyone's needs.

Though not compulsory we respectfully encourage a digital black-out space.

Doors open: 7.30pm

Performance: 8.30 pm sharp.

The Old Baths, 80 Eastway, E95JH

Curators

Katy Pinke

Hannah Jose

Exhibiting artists

Daisy Tortuga

Jordan Hamblin

Conrad Armstrong

Mai Nguyen Tri

Nuha Ruby Ra

Navo

Sid Charity

Heloise Tunstall-Behrens

Katy Pinke

Fear Of Fluffing

Franziska Boehm

Paradise dOSe

Hermione Spriggs

Merve İşeri

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