Our Associate Artists’ Work

We’ve now finished our funded year of work with the Anatomy Associate Artists. They’ve created fantastic pieces and we’re proud to have been part of it! The artists and their work were:

Sandra Alland
Equivalence

A still from the performance of Equivalence. In front, a Mermaid (blue-green tail, black sweater) and a speaker (black shirt, blue jeans) are looking up to a large screen. On the screen, three people are sat on a bed with their hands forward in the signal for
A still from the performance of Equivalence. In front, a Mermaid (blue-green tail, black sweater) and a speaker (black shirt, blue jeans) are looking up to a large screen. On the screen, three people are sat on a bed with their hands forward in the signal for “stop”.

Storytelling collides with non-binary gender, disability and Einstein’s Equivalence Principle – in a multimedia reading of Sandra Alland’s short story, ‘Equivalence’ (Thought X: Fictions and Hypotheticals, Comma Press, 2017).

‘Equivalence’ examines the tension between using your imagination to create characters in your head versus being presented with single embodiments of characters onstage – and what that means regarding race, class, disability and gender. Equivalence integrates British Sign Language performance, BSL interpretation, live audio description, live captioning and captioned films.

Featuring Alland, Izdihar Alodhami, Nathan Gale, Dr. Ana Jofre, Cate Lauder, Matson Lawrence, Lake Montgomery, Chris Red, Robert Softley Gale, Andra Simons and Bea Webster. BSL by Lisa Li. Cinematography and live visual manipulation by Ania Urbanowska. Mentored by Claire Cunningham and Caroline Bowditch.

To enquire about further bookings or production for Equivalence, email: sandra@blissfultimes.ca.

Emily Philips
A Night at the Opera

A grinning person is wrapped in a white shroud (or hood, or bedsheet, or...). They are holding out their hands for alms, and perched in a wooden fruit crate on a black trestle.
A grinning person is wrapped in a white shroud (or hood, or bedsheet, or…). They are holding out their hands for alms, and perched in a wooden fruit crate on a black trestle.

An investigation into the life of an opera singer, the voice, the world and the rituals. Combining explorations in movement, voice, beauty and the bouffon, we’ll discover together what lies between the musical notes and each other.

Performed by Emily Phillips. Mentored by Tim Licata, Al Seed and Lewis Sherlock.

To enquire about further bookings or production for Equivalence, email: emilyphillipssoprano@hotmail.co.uk / www.emilyphillips.weebly.com

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