blackhole-factory / TIG: Disability Media Arts Residency

blackhole-factory in collaboration with Disability Arts Company TiG at Londonmet between 31st of May and 2nd of June 2011
www.theaterglashaus.de

Photo: blackhole-factory

0ver 4 days, a group of BA Performing Arts students will work alongside 10 performers of mixed abilities to re-vision a version of the Shakespeare project ‘Caliban’s Island’.
TiG/Blackhole Factory offer a unique approach to performance making which integrates interactive technology, subversive low-tech aesthetics, and a group of performers with diverse range of abilties to create cutting edge live art work. Blackhole Factory have worked internationally for the last 15 years, and we are proud to host their London stay this year, by involving a group of current students in a series of workshops and final showing of a devised piece of performance.
Please join us at one or more of the following events.

Tuesday May 31st
19.00 blackhole-factory work presentation

Wedn June 1
19.00 presentation of ‘SONG’
Film by David Bickerstaff and blackhole-factory talk about their work with TIG

Thursday June 2
19.00 TiG performs Shakespeare media-arts event ‘Caliban’s Island’
in collaboration with Performing Arts students of Londonmet

The showings will be held in our Studio TM205 in
Tower Main Building 166-220 Holloway Road N7 8DB • London UK

Friday June 3
blackhole-factory workshop, Performance Innovations Summer Intensive

noiseborder + blackhole-factory: FarReach Contact

Noiseborder Ensemble meets blackhole-factory.
An interactive performance using the network of two performance spaces as a delay line.

Connected via audio and video live streaming, the Noiseborder Ensemble in Windsor, Canada (Brent Lee/Saxophone, Trevor Pittman/clarinet, Sundar Subramanian/ guitar, Sigi Torinus/ visuals) and blackhole-factory (Martin Slawig, Elke Utermöhlen, Martin Kroll) in Braunschweig, Germany perform together during the Theater-Outlet Festival in Braunschweig, Germany.

Photos from the performance space in Windsor, Canada:

Photos thanks to Bev Hamilton & Sigi Torinus


more photos:
http://www.flickr.com/photos/sigitorinus/sets/72157622419412756/show/

collaborations January/ February 2009

2009 starts with two collaborative projects.
For January 29 we are preparing a concert with the Canadian Ensemble Noiseborder and Sigi Torinus. It will be an internet collaboration. Sound and visuals will be exchanged via internet, they playing in Windsor, Ontario, and blackhole-factory playing at the Hauptbahnhof studio.

In February David Bickerstaff (www.atomictv.com) will be with us in Braunschweig, filming Theater im Glashaus with their latest piece “Von Sinnen 1”, a work about listening. The resulting short film will be released in autumn 2009.

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