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 Post subject: Daniel Vais
PostPosted: Fri Jun 14, 2002 2:15 am 
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Daniel is a nice guy studying at The Laban Centre. I'm not familiar with his work, but he has a showing coming up at The Bonnie Bird Theatre attached to the Laban Centre, Laurie Grove, New Cross on 24 June at 4.30pm. If its as good as the flyer then it should be worth seeing. <P>Contact him if you want a free ticket and here is the <A HREF="http://www.laban.co.uk" TARGET=_blank><B>Laban website</B></A> for transport details (site unavailable at the time of posting). <P><BR><p>[This message has been edited by Stuart Sweeney (edited June 14, 2002).]


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 Post subject: Re: Daniel Vais
PostPosted: Wed Jun 19, 2002 6:15 am 
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Daniel is taking his show to the Edinburgh Festival from 31 July - Sunday 25 August 2002. Here is the full press release.

<small>[ 08-11-2002, 05:10: Message edited by: Stuart Sweeney ]</small>


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PostPosted: Fri Jul 12, 2002 6:18 am 
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Dan Vais has another show on display in Outer London. I'm trying to get some more inforamtion about the Barn Theatre:<P><B>HELLO THERE</B><P>you are wellcome to a performance of the new piece<P>DEVICE DANCE - "INFOLDING SPACES"<P>light and dance together create and transform a space into inner and external worlds.<P>choreography and co-directon by: Daniel Vais<P>lighting and co-direction by: Tamar Or<P>Dancers: Hiromi Ishikawa and Fumi Tomioka.<P> <P>show: tuesday 16 july 14:00 and 19:30 (£2)<P>the Barn theatre, sidcup<P>the barn theatre - rose bruford college, lamorbey park burnt oak lane sidcup. <BR> <A HREF="http://www.burford.ac.uk" TARGET=_blank>www.burford.ac.uk</A> <P>tel:020 8308 2616 <P><p>[This message has been edited by Stuart Sweeney (edited July 13, 2002).]


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The Wormhole Saloon at the Whitechapel Gallery

Friday, 11th November 2005 7.30pm - 11.30pm
3 pounds entry. enter via Angel Alley on the left of the gallery.
nearest tube Aldgate East

Room 1: Plug n´Play ?

bring any instrument to the space, plug in if you need to and play on all night !!!

A CD of the music played will be available on the night to whoever wants it ))))

Room 2: Surround Sound Room -

Line up::

Olli Barrett - sourpuss

performing a multi-speaker variant of live Rorschach

cinema incorporating tape-loops, violin, toy-piano

and skeletons among other sound things.

www.theunrightbalance.com


Daniel Vais ? Inta Omri

To the music of Umm Kulthum. A piece intended for immersion of music to dance and at times interactive performance. This Egyptian diva has never been heard like this.

Yoshi Shinagawa - unnoise in quad

Joel Cahen & Milo taylor ? 60 x 4 Random Play

A continuous random surround sound shuffle of recorded instruments and samples.

Room 3: Auditorium

Line up:

'Trio Montesquieu?.
Line up of the Trio is:
Simon Lucas - film/visuals
Ted Barrow - original circuits
Xentos Bentos - soft walls of sound

A live performance including Resonance FM's Harmon E Phrayser
Our piece (as a whole) is called ?Colour Sucker? and you can guess it will feature (in a hideously deformed fashion) such timeless classics as: Whiter shade of Mush, Yellow River, Green Green Grass of Home, The Little red Bull, Purple Rain, Blue Monday, Black is Black.

www.resonancefm.com

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Two Installations by Seth Kim Cohen

Seeing Darkness, Not Not Seeing
Conceived by Unst Collective (Paul Chauncy, Seth Kim-Cohen, Drew Morgan, Rob Mullender)

Based on individual responses to a personality questionnaire, Unst creates a custom-made, one-of-a-kind, one-at-a-time, multimedia experience for each audience member.
Before Your Door Is All The Way Open

for Organ, Metronome, and Audience Whispers Conceived by Seth Kim-Cohen / Performed by John Lely, whisperers Seth Kim-Cohen and Drew Morgan. A whisper starts at the back of the auditorium and travels throughout the audience before reaching the organist, John Lely. When the whisper reaches him, John turns the message into music.

www.kim-cohen.com/seth.html

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Steffen Doring (Zephyr in Zanussi) - DEAD ROAD #1: Hitchcock Karaoke

'DEAD ROAD' is an open series of performances exploring the way contemporary media and art have influenced our perception of travel. Against a backdrop of a collage of the iconic Hollywood classics director.

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Cloud Formations - Piece by Leo Konigsberg on his satellite dish cello accompanied by Lars the opera singer from Berlin.

www.factory-berlin.de/

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´War on Television´ Live soundtrack to film by Steven Ball and Tom Wallace

(Resonance FM)

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The Essex Sewege Video by video artist Keren Russo

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?Kupele Central? and ?Flieg nicht rucuwerts? two videos by Michael Mastrototaro

www.machfeld.net

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Two videos by visual artist and live art practitioner Lennie Lee - "What makes Britain grate?" and "English Breakfast". www.lennielee.com

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Rare videos from the 80s including ´Johnny Yes No´ by Cabaret Voltaire

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Travelling radio puppet theatre by Milo Taylor


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Patterns emerge from noise
Quality precedes the word
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www.newtoy.org


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