Performance

Notes From A Gallery

24 Feb 2021 – 27 Feb 2021

Regular hours

Wed, 24 Feb
20:00 – 21:00
Thu, 25 Feb
20:00 – 21:00
Fri, 26 Feb
20:00 – 21:00
Sat, 27 Feb
20:00 – 21:00

Timezone: Europe/London

Free admission

Online

Hosted by: Martin J Tickner

Live stream https://www.theneonhospice.com/ @bandofholyjoy

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Band of Holy Joy present Dreams Take Flight an online exhibition of film and performance art - showing two new video films a night with a performance that corresponds or is inspired by that evening’s films.

About

Video and live performances at GALLERY46 and broadcast through The Neon Hospice and all social media channels.
The short films have been commissioned especially for the band’s forthcoming album Dreams Take Flight, a set of 8 songs whose themes are concerned with walls and mask’s, constraints and freedoms, gestures and germs, furthermore crowded isolation and crowded behaviour, personal ghosts and private acts, the art of living with love in these dark precarious times, through art, magic music and light.

1 THIS IS THE FESTIVAL SCENE
Alexandra Lort Philips

2 TAKE A LEAP INTO THE GREAT UNKNOWN
Jonny Mugwump

3 THAT MAGIC THING
Inga Tillere

4 WHEN LOVE IS NOT ENOUGH
Gil De Ray

5 ON SET ROMANCE
Tam Dean Burn

6 NOTES FROM A GALLERY
Bjørn Hatleskog

7 THIS RHYTHM OF LIFE
Fliss Kitson

8 A NEW CLEAR VISION
Jo Joelson

THIS IS THE FESTIVAL SCENE – Alexandra Lort Phillips
Alexandra Lort Philips lives in Edinburgh where she is producing theatre and film, she is the cofounder of Yardheads along with fellow artistic director John Paul McGroaty.  https://yardheads.wordpress.com/  

TAKE A LEAP INTO THE GREAT UNKNOWN – Jonny Mugwump
Jonny Mugwump, formerly of the Exotic Pylon, oversees The Neon Hospice radio station, is digital editor at large for Repeater Books and comprises one half of Psychological Strategy Board
https://linktr.ee/jonnymugwump

THAT MAGIC THING – Inga Tillere
Inga Tillere is a Latvian born London based artist working with photography and film.
Inga is responsible for all Band of Holy Joy visuals from sleeve to screen to stage.
 https://cargocollective.com/ingatillere

WHEN LOVE IS NOT ENOUGH – Gil De Ray
Gil De Ray is a musician film maker and one half of the multi-media duo Cold Lips. Originally from Glasgow and now residing in Berlin Gil has toured across the world blending musical performance with video projections. He is currently working on a 50-minute, psychedelic road trip film ‘Pathway to the Stars’ with an accompanying soundtrack album. https://gilderay.bandcamp.com/

ON SET ROMANCE – Tam Dean Burn
Tam Dean Burn is an actor across many platforms and theatremaker. He has been working extensively with the artist Bill Drummond. He also sings in the Burnsian band The Bum-Clocks and plays baritone horn in the Glasgow community brass band Brass Aye. Tam is a committed activist focussing this year on COP26 in Glasgow in November https://vimeo.com/tharmas

NOTES FROM A GALLERY – Bjørn Hatesklog
Bjørn Hatleskog is a Scots Norwegian experimental musician and sound artist based in London. His work explores the nature of feedback loops and, noise and interference. He is a joint curator of the Liminality performance art exhibitions an integral member of Tuatha and runs the record label adaadat     https://www.adaadat.co.uk/romvelope/

THIS RHYTHM OF LIFE – Fliss Kitson
Fliss Kitson is the drummer and co-ordinator of The Nightingales. She is an illustrator who graduated from Norwich Art School and has continued to express herself with illustration ever since. After seeing the videos Fliss made for The Nightingales, Band of Holy Joy asked her to contribute to this present collection. @flisskitson 

A NEW CLEAR VISION – Jo Joelson
Jo Joelson is a London based artist, researcher, writer and educator. She has a background as a practicing lighting designer with a pioneering, experimental and interdisciplinary approach. She is the author of the wonderful book Library of Light.

Curators

Johny Brown

GALLERY46

Bjorn Hatleskog

Exhibiting artists

Jonny Mugwump

Fliss Kitson

Johny Brown

Jo Joelson

Alexandra Lort Philips

Bjorn Hatleskog

Inga Tillere

Tam Dean Burn

Gil De Ray

Taking part

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