SMASH LAB IV


7th February 2012


CLARISSA SACCELLI

DOT DOT DOT

EMERGENT BEHAVIOUR

ZOE KENDALL

JULIE ROSE BOWER

CLARISSA SACCHELLI is a Brazilian artist whose interest lies in the relationship between what is said, seen and done and how these relationships are inscribed in a structure of domination, subjection and emancipation. For SMASH LAB she will be showing UNTITLED; a performance about a desire for stillness, about how whatever one wishes to immobilize cannot be eternal if it is alive. Performers: Clarissa Sacchelli, Lucie Bailly, Maria Sideri, Sarah Alexander.
 
DOT DOT DOT Are a new branch of SKIPtheatre. Charlotte Croft and Laura Hemming-Lowe will be showing brand new and re-hatching old sections of 'TO BE REAL', a dance-theatre piece they are currently developing that looks at fashion, consumerism and vanity.'

EMERGENT BEHAVIOUR ‘Behaviour of whole systems unpredicted by the behaviour of their parts taken separately. More accurately known as Emergent Behaviour.’For SMASH LAB they are showing there new work titled 'I love you more than my own skin' This piece has taken inspiration from the painting 'The two Frida's' by Frida Kahlo.

ZOE CATHERINE KENDALL is an interdisciplinary artist, writer and jewellery designer. For SMASH LAB IV Zoe will present a performance titled 'As yet Undecided' The scene: a desk, a notebook, a voice. You will be immersed in the intimate thoughts of the artist as she writes in her diary thoughts about her relationship toward a certain 'you.'
JULIE ROSE BOWER is a theatre maker, actress and performance artist and also sings with disco band, John John Slave. Julie Rose previously performed her teabag dress extravaganza at the first SMASH LAB where she was clothed only in teabags and surrounded by boiling kettles. Exclusively for SMASH LAB IV JRB will be performing the second part if this triptych SMELL DRESS.

All photographs by Ludovic Des Cogents


CLARISSA SACCELLI











DOT DOT DOT









EMERGENT BEHAVIOUR






ZOE KENDALL




JULIE ROSE BOWER



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