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Tutto Questo Sentire: Excercises on Displacement 3/5

Date:

07/20/2019


Tutto Questo Sentire: Excercises on Displacement 3/5

Exercises on Displacement is a series of five events to be held in London over the course of 2019, in five different venues. The programme brings together more than 20 artists and ensembles: an international line-up of new commissions, performances and discussions around the theme of displacement. The events are staged through Tutto Questo Sentire (TQS), the collective founded in 2014 by visual artist Rebecca Salvadori with experimental opera singer Olivia Salvadori and composer & cellist Sandro Mussida.

Exercises on displacement 3/5 is the third event of the series, an evening of performances taking place at the South London Gallery, 65 - 67 Peckham Road, SE5 8UH London, across the Clore Studio and Orozco Garden.

The evening includes Mark Fell’s performance and installation Parallelling#2 featuring Justin F. Kennedy, Will Guthrie and Jan Hendrickse and an environment organised by Tutto Questo Sentire (TQS) collective, featuring theorbo player Elisa La Marca, a vocal work by Olivia Salvadori and a screening by Rebecca Salvadori.

Programme:

Sandro Mussida, tiorba and computer
w/ Elisa La Marca, theorbo
Olivia Salvadori, an Invisible Ode 3/5, for voice
Rebecca Salvadori, Empathy, video

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Mark Fell, Paralleling #2
w/Justin Kennedy, performance
Jan Handrickse, flutes
Will Guthrie, drums
Isabella Carreras, costume design

a project by TQS Collective
http://tuttoquestosentire.com
co-produced by 33-33

generously supported by Roberto Lombardi, Arts Council England & Inverted Audio


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Olivia Salvadori is a classically-trained soprano, an operatic solo performer, and an experimental recording artist. She performed at Garage Gallery, Rotterdam; Hong Kong City Hall; Serralves Museum, Porto; Triennale Museum, Milan; Botanical Garden Rome to name a few. She shared collaborations with artists poets musicians such as Mark Fell, Kid Millions, Nanni Balestrini, Grace Schwindt.

Rebecca Salvadori is a London-based video artist with a long experience of filming environments following a non-hierarchical/chronological layering and sequencing of audio to footage. Her film work, including ambiguous short documentaries, artists’ portraits, music videos and AV sets, is both highly personal and wilfully elusive. Throughout the years, Salvadori has accumulated an extensive video archive from which she creates assemblages. This acts as the basis for filmic portraits of moments, people and environments.

Sandro Mussida is a London based composer & cellist whose work has been released through Sony Classical, Boomkat, Tapeworms and others. He works closely with Mark Fell, London Contemporary Orchestra and many other artists and institutions. His work investigates the relationships between tradition and innovation in music, active listening, the identity of musical languages and rites. His latest works involve historical, non-equal-tempered tuning systems questioning its perception by the western, standardized ear.

Mark Fell is a Rotherham based electronic musician, multidisciplinary artist and producer whose work has persistently challenged the boundaries between dance music and academic computer music practices. Having studied experimental film and video at Sheffield’s notorious Psalter Lane art school at the onset of the city’s techno era (circa 1990), Fell’s approach is equally grounded in the theory and practice of experimental film, radical philosophy and the electronic music subcultures surrounding house and techno. Since his early genre-defining explorations of minimal techno with Mat Steel as SND in the late 90’s, Fell’s practice moved into a period of complex dynamic works such as Multistability (Raster-Noton, 2011), and more recently into explorations of interplay between algorithmic systems and acoustic performance, typically including choreographic and text based elements. Widely acknowledged for his unique contributions to electronic music and sound art, Fell’s work has been presented at a vast variety of major institutions around the world, marking him out as a distinctive voice in contemporary art and music.

Elisa La Marca, is a classical musician born in 1986. As a soloist (guitar, lute and theorbo) and continuist she has performed in important exhibitions and festivals in Italy, France, Poland, Germany, Holland, Croatia, Spain, Portugal, Switzerland, Brazil, Russia.  She is co-founder of the Quartetto di Liuti da Milano, an ensemble dedicated to the repertoire of the Renaissance and the first Italian Baroque. She has performed in some important guitar shows (including Amici del Loggione of the Teatro alla Scala, Rebus at the Teatro dal Verme, Singular Female Guitar, the concerts of the G. Verdi Conservatory and the Milan Triennale, and in the season of the Musik Hochschule in Freiburg) and in Ancient Music and chamber music festivals including (Milan Art and Music, Pavia Baroque, Anger Opera Nantes)

 

Information

Date: Saturday, July 20, 2019

Time: From 7:00 pm To 10:00 pm

Organized by : Tutto Questo Sentire

In collaboration with : Italian Cultural Institute in London, Thirty Three

Entrance : With fee


Location:

South London Gallery

3021