Posts tagged ‘sound art’

July 13, 2013

The RAMPAGE continues…

RAMPAGE | The Performance of Violence and the Theatre of Protest | Tracey Fahy 2013

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June 10, 2013

Rampage Installation | Never Seeing Nothing


My installation at Never Seeing Nothing exhibition last month at Nursery Gallery, London [thanks to Christina Vazou for the first image].  You can view the installation showreel here.

December 24, 2012

HAVE A RIOTOUS TIME!

RAMPAGE | The Performance of Violence and the Theatre of Protest
RAMPAGE | The Performance of Violence and the Theatre of Protest http://www.riotofspring.wordpress.com

December 14, 2012

New Project | RAMPAGE

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My lastest project, Rampage, is an experimental exploration of dance and news photography with sound to create a conceptual art installation (a series of projected images and slideshow). Inspired by William Marotti’s text Japan 1968: The Performance of Violence and the Theatre of Protest (about the student riots in Japan during this year) I focus on the present day social landscape, particularly the riots in the UK last year.

Influenced by Japanese avant-garde culture of the late 1960s and early 1970s – in particular, the Provoke group of photographers working in Japan at that time. Published in 1968, Provoke magazine is most often associated with a generation of photographers searching for a radical visual language to abolish the perception of photography as document; their images were often grainy and blurred (are-buke-buke), exemplifying their willingness to discard information.

For more info, visit the Rampage blog www.riotofspring.wordpress.com

CREDITS:

Sound Artist: Tim Bamber

Dancers: Anastasia Papaeleftheriadou and Catarina Trota