Organised by Gesamtatelier
Date: Thursday 8 February 2018
Venue: AA Lecture Hall
“Ithaca: upon every arrival” is an intermedia performance which explores the process of integration into a new destination. The live exhibition deconstructs the overall score of the piece and each medium (dance, live painting projections, sound composition and performance art) unrolls its individual timeline. The visitors are invited to explore an immersive environment which documents the original performance, while all four mediums perform their role live, in a free form composition.
Please note: entry to the exhibition will be free for workshop participants from the previous day.
The exhibition is free for AA students, and tickets will be sold for £8, with a £5 ticket for students from other institutions.
To book tickets, please visit the following link: Open Week Live Exhibition
Image: Dancer and choreographer Georgia Tegou is rehearsing with a performative costume designed by Argyris Angeli. Image by Kyriaki Nasioula.
Kyriaki Nasioula and Argyris Angeli are two founding members of Gesamtatelier, a London-based platform by/for practitioners and educators from several creative fields who collaborate towards the conception and realisation of interdisciplinary projects, presented in various venues in UK. The team has an open, dynamic structure, which adapts to each project, creating hybrids between their respective practices in the form of installations, performances and multimedia events.
Argyris Angeli, Fine Art-Architecture-Education
Kyriaki Nasioula, Choreography-Dance-Architecture-Education
Lia Garbola, Production Management-Communications
Eliza Soroga, Performance Art
Georgia Tegou, Choreography-Dance-Education
Jeph Vanger, Sound Composition
"Ithaca: upon every arrival" was developed by Kyriaki Nasioula and Argyris Angeli (Gesamtatelier) as their Final Project, MFA in Spatial Performance and Design, Architectural Association Interprofessional Studio.
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