Tomorrow, Saturday 22 October, as a key component of the Inland Art Festival in Redruth Cornwall, pleased to announce a live video installation that symbolically examines the mechanism employed by miners used to reach the tin below Redruth. The Man Engine was an ingenious method to travel below but one that was inherently dangerous as can be recalled from the nearby disaster at Levant mine in 1919, abstractly depicted in Peter Lanyon’s 1953 work St. Just. The installation and live performance will projection map the underside of one of the massive arches of the Redruth viaduct on the Penzance to London main [...]
Very pleased to announce funding award by Arts Council England to StudioBiscoe for full research and development of an innovative dance and visual arts project with dancer and choreographer Jana Bitterova. Having already sketched some original concepts for the improvised interaction of visual art (conveyed in the performance context through multiple-surface projection mapping) and dance art this funding enables full development of the Biscoe Bitterova Project. Through a series of workshops we will seek to understand and develop a semiotic approach to communication between artists in light and movement. The results of the research will be shared online and with [...]
First few days completed in studio with dancer/choreographer Jana Bitterova investigating improvised movements between dance and live visualisation - exploring the performative possibilities of dynamic light, shape and form as a method of communication between the dance artist in one world and the visual artist in another world.
Conclusion of a fantastic week working set and digital scenography design for a 2016 touring co-production with Teatr Piba (the Breton language theatre company) and Theatr Genedlaethol Cymru (the Welsh language national theatre of Wales). Thanks for support of Falmouth University, AMATA and the Technical Team at the Performance Centre.
26 April 2016 will be the 30th anniversary of the accident at the Chernobyl Nuclear Reactor. REACTION:LEGACY is a telepresence art installation that will reconnect the countries and people affected by the event with each other and with the region of Chernobyl/Pripyat as it is today. This project is currently in development at Studio Biscoe in association with major museum and gallery partners across Europe.