Bruce Gilbert and BAW (David Crawforth & Naomi Siderfin)
With October LAST Fridays & Bankside Afterparty
Friday 28 October, 6pm till late
Performance at 7pm
Live performance of aural and visual material composed weekly throughout the current Soundtrap project, Diluvial.
Global Warming is a compelling theory which seems to be playing out before our eyes but is still steeped in polarised controversy (probably because the realities of the necessary behavioural change are too uncomfortable to be universally embraced). Diluvial imagines the world before, during and after the next great flood, referring to an ancient and more poetic interpretation of global events. Local research, conceptual scoring, performance and installation gathered over 7 weeks provide the material for a future sound release and are re-composed live for the Post-Diluvial performance.
Post-Diluvial will be performed live by Bruce Gilbert, David Crawforth and Naomi Siderfin.
Tickets for the performance are limited. To reserve a place email firstname.lastname@example.org (Suggested donation £3).
This evening programme forms part of the South London Art Map LAST Fridays
Nooshin Farhid’s Conic Trilogy, 2010 will be screened in the Arch Gallery on the hour between 6 and 8pm.
Beaconsfield hosts the Bankside Afterparty until late with DJ Howard Jacques (Bermuda Triangle Test Transmission Broadcasts, Resonance FM).
image: Bruce Gilbert & BAW, Diluvial, 2011, Installation View, Beaconsfield