P3 exhibitions

LCMF 2018 x Serpentine Galleries

1 Dec: The Shape of a Circle in the Mind of a Fish

3pm-9pm

 

Teaming up with LCMF 2018, the Serpentine Galleries present the second instalment of their year-long ecological symposium and research project. Part of the gallery’s General Ecology project, this day of talks, performances and music will feature anthropologists, artists, robotics experts, historians and more, to address interior multitude, swarming organisms, entanglements, pregnancies, endosymbiosis, microchimerism and metamorphosis — across vegetal, human, artificial, non-human animal and mineral beings

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LCMF 2018 x Musarc

12 December: Musarc Winter Konsert

7.30pm

 

Artists and Performers:

Musarc

Jenny Moore, Steve Potter, Sylvia Lim, Claudia Molitor, Georgia Rodgers, Edwina Attlee

Cathy Heller Jones conductor

Joseph Kohlmaier artistic director

 

Over the last ten years, choral collective Musarc has developed a distinct practice of re-assembling traditional choral material through a series of interventions that range from manipulating the original score, instrumentation of lyrics to broader rearrangements. These collages sometimes take in activities on the periphery of the performance space, such as cooking and eating together, and cross the lines between music and other artforms, or the stage and the space of audience.

 

LCMF 2018

13 December: New Intimacy IV

7.30pm

 

Florence Peake / Eve Stainton

Slug Horizons (2018)

 

Maryanne Amacher

Selected electronic works

 

Michael Pisaro

Grain Canons (2016)

(European premiere)

 

Lawrence Dunn

Set of Four (2017)

 

Pascale Criton

Circle Process (2012)

 

Pascale Criton

Trans (2014)

(UK premiere)

 

Anon.

Greek mourning songs

 

Mark Leckey / Steve Hellier

Singing Nobodaddy Sings Songs (2018)

(world premiere) (LCMF commission)

 

Performers:

Apartment House (Pisaro, Dunn)

Florence Peake, Eve Stainton

Silvia Tarozzi (Circle Process)

Duo Lallement Marques (Trans)

Vangelis Kotsos, Nota Kaltsouni, Nikos Menoudakis

Mark Leckey, Steve Hellier (Leckey)

 

Tonight we return to one of the richest threads of last year's festival - a further exploration of intimacy in art and music.

 

LCMF 2018

14 December: Structural Faults

7.30pm

 

Yvonne Rainer

We Shall Run (1963)

(UK premiere)

 

Laura Steeneberge

Perseus Slays The Gorgon Medusa (2014)

(European premiere)

 

Olivia Block

Heave To (2006)

(UK premiere)

 

Hanne Darboven

Opus 17a (1984)

 

Jacopo Belloni

Slapstick n°1: the preventer (2017)

 

Sofia Jernberg

Solo Improvisation

 

Mark Fell

New work

(world premiere) (LCMF commission)

 

Performers:

An Assembly (Rainer)

Apartment House (Steeneberge)

Otto Wilberg (Darboven)

Jacopo Belloni

Sofia Jernberg

Mark Fell

 

All good music — most good music — is structural. But only some actively exploits the basic building blocks, the bricks and mortar, of sound and chooses to serve it up for the main course. The Judson Church choreographers like Yvonne Rainer were adamant that bricks and mortar could be the main course. That interest could spring forth from an investigation of the everyday. In Rainer's early conceptual dance work, We Shall Run (1963), we follow a group jog, splintering and commingling, commingling and splintering, while storm-clouds gather, speakers blasting out Berlioz's Grande Messe des morts.

 

LCMF 2018

15 December: I contain multitudes

7pm

 

Chaya Czernowin

Day One: On the Face of the Deep (2017)

(UK premiere)

 

Gerald Barry

The Destruction of Sodom (2015)

(world premiere)

 

Claudia Molitor / Joseph Kohlmaier

Die Gedanken sind Frei (2018)

 

Julius Eastman

The Prelude and Holy Presence of Joan d'Arc (1981)

(UK premiere)

 

Elaine Mitchener

New work (2018)

(world premiere) (LCMF commission)

 

Neil Luck

New work (2018)

(world premiere) (LCMF commission)

 

David Jackman

Georgina Cries (1971)

 

Annea Lockwood

Gone (2007)

(UK premiere)

 

Klein

New work (2018)

(world premiere) (LCMF commission)

 

Performers:

LCMF Orchestra (Czernowin, Luck, Mitchener)

An assembly (Barry)

Jack Sheen conductor

Musarc (Molitor/Kohlmaier, Jackman, Luck) Apartment House (Eastman) 

Sofia Jernberg (Eastman)

Klein

 

The orchestra is a microcosm ­— society in a petri dish. The perfect laboratory for figuring out our thoughts about the pressures and possibilities of the throng. Drunk on Walt Whitman's Leaves of Grass, an ecstatic hymn to the multitudes within us and without, this night will look at how music and art has taken on multiplicity and our overloaded present.

 

LCMF 2018

16 December: Lockwood / Snow

4-7pm

 

Annea Lockwood

A Sound Map of the Hudson River (1989)

(UK premiere)

 

7 — 10pm

Michael Snow

La Région centrale (1971)

 

To end LCMF 2018, two transcendental visions of the North American landscape in sound and film.

 

 

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