First of all have a look at Jo's new website showcasing her own experimental film work and expanded cinema performances, we are all massive fans of Screen Kiss - check it out!
Jo and Chris had a great time at the Henry Moore Institute at the Peripherique talk with a really engaging audience for the Q+A. There will be an article to follow later in the year as a further discussion around the points addressed during the lecture. In attendence was our friend Leah Capaldi who has been making some stunning performance work since graduating at the same time as Chris and Maria at the RCA and it was great to catch up with her.
Kelvin and Chase Lane Audio Projects ran a very successful sound workshop at Tate Modern on Saturday 24th March in response to the work of Yayoi Kusama. The workshop was apparently attended by nearly 2000 people which is an incredible amount!
Lastly, Chris has a new HD video commision, Family Tree, in the year long show Sublime Transactions at the Armitt Museum and Library in Ambleside which also features work by .
His piece was made in collaboration with local residents reflecting on their specific histories in the area and utilised an Unravel workshop in collaboration with our friend Kate Morell in order to generate some of the interview-led soundtrack. Coincidentally it appears that the Ambleside and Windermere region is almost equidistant to Land's End and Jon O'Groats making this our official half way point in geographical terms. That's all for now but we've some exciting new dates to announce very soon.....