Hanna Tuulikki‘s evocative vocal score took flight on the absolutely STUNNING Isle of Canna, Scotland in a large-scale site-specific event. If you have never been to Canna – GO!
After extensive rehearsals at the Pearce Institute in Govan, we rehearsed on Canna for a week before a weekend of performances at the end of August. Read, see and hear more on Facebook and on Hanna’s Away with the Birds website.
Details are up for the forthcoming performances of Away with the Birds (created by Hanna Tuulikki, produced by Suzy Glass, part of Culture 2014) on Isle of Canna at the end of August – info and tickets are available at the website. Also, the Away with the Birds Kickstarter crowd-funding campaign is seeking additional funds for some of the site-specific logistical stuff – rewards and other info can be found here!
I am delighted to say that I have been commissioned by Kinning Park Complex and Open Jar Collective to create a sound artwork for Broth Mix – a food-based project that will run in KPC for two weeks during Glasgow International Festival of Visual Art 2014. I am gathering short recordings from past and current users of Kinning Park – more info here.
A performance of Lateral will take place on 25th April 2012 at 4.05 pm as part of the High-Slack-Low-Slack-High event for GI Festival on site in Dixon Street, Glasgow, and again on 28th April for the final event in the Clydeport Authority Headquarters at 5 pm and 7.30 pm. The live performers are Claire Docherty, Kirstie Edgar, Jessica King, Nichola Scrutton, Morag Stark and Hanna Tuulikki.
The events are free but booking is recommended for the Saturday 28th April event – contact firstname.lastname@example.org to book a place.
More event information and performance times during Glasgow International Festival of Visual Art are now available on our Facebook page High-Slack-Low-Slack-High
My piece Lateral is on Wednesday 25th April at Dixon Street, Glasgow.
I’m also delighted to be performing with Hanna Tuulikki’s Just as the Tide was Flowing on Monday 23rd April at Bell’s Bridge, Glasgow.
I am absolutely delighted to be part of the event High-Slack-Low-Slack-High along with artists John Cavanagh, Minty Donald, Douglas Morland and Hanna Tuulikki. The event will present a suite of five site-specific audio works.
Exact dates in April will follow but the GI Festival programme is now online.