This section features a collection of projects that were stages behind glass. Live action is used in the vitrine to transform this traditional still showcase platform into a four-dimensional happening between public and private space.
The outcome of this project was an immersive live installation with soundscape where the audience took part in a dream making process.
Created by Korallia Stergides, Raphael Schulenburg and Kika Brockstedt
Performed in November 2014 at the Crossing Granary Square London.
Featured in the BBC Documentary - Evan Davis- Mind The Gap: London Vs The Rest
Perspectives and Contexts: Performance Design and Practice at Central Saint Martins
This exhibition potrayed the width and depth of the work of Performance Design and Practice students, illustrating the discipline’s role within creative industries. Through working with CSM alumni involved in leading economies such as the music industry and retail theatre concepts, the project brought together an eclectic mix of examples of theatre design, set design, live artists and performance practitioners. The exhibition gave those practitioners who use the subject to instigate change and the opportunity to explore responses to critical agendas such as trans nationality, gender, identity, art and the social realm.
Curator: Peter Bond. Assistant Curators: Gary Campbell, Mette Sterre and Raphael Schulenburg.
Artist Nadim Abbas solo show Camoufleur at the VITRINE Gallery in London.
A live performance and installation exploring how urban environments can influence and encourage our assimilation to the spaces we inhabit.
1 March 2017 - 15 April 2017
2 hours durational performance