Music - Dance - Science
28 September 2020
London, EartH (Theatre)
Monolith, a story of human sacrifice. Spatial audio, ambient sound, spoken text and menacing other-wordy effects. Evocative choreography, in a moment of incantation, shred apart by the strident clenching of an almighty AI.
In collaboration with Royal National Institute of Blind People, BlindAid, UCL Ear Institute and UCL Institute for Environmental Design and Engineering, Central School of Ballet, EartH Theatre and L-Acoustics.
a podcast about love, loss, and the natural world
Eco-Grief and what it means to be human in the age of climate crisis.
Jennifer Atkinson will guide you on a journey through the emotional toll of climate change and mass extinction, with the music and sound field recordings of Kryon.
Because climate change is a serious problem demanding clear-headed solutions, some activists argue that we should focus on facts and reason instead of feelings.
Yet our intense emotional responses to ecological loss are hardly irrational.
Photo: Patrick Baldwin
Southbank Centre, London
A dance-theatre creation about witches and cursed women, rituals and ancient storytelling in an immersive site-responsive experience.
October 2018, Phoenix at Home, Leeds
Phoenix Dance Theatre
Choreography by Sandrine Monin
Concept & Music by Roberto David Rusconi