LIVEWORKS: No Performance Today

Lauren Brincat & Bree van Reyk
FREE PERFORMANCE PROGRAM

Fri 6 Nov, 6:30 – 7:30PM
Sat 7 nov, 9:30 – 10:30AM + 11:30 – 12:30AM

Brincat and van Reyk will present the next iteration of the acclaimed work No Performance Today, which sees the pair collaborating with the New South Wales Police Band to stage a choreographed sound portrait, moving between the bustling public space of the Eveleigh Markets into the cavernous Carriageworks public space. No Performance Today gently unravels the sonic and movement cohesion of the marching band – a regimented, rigid entity – to draw attention to the idiosyncrasies that lie within this collective of individuals.

 

 

ABOUT BREE VAN REYK

Bree van Reyk is an Australian percussionist, drummer, composer and sound artist. She has toured and recorded extensively throughout this country and around the globe with the likes of Paul Kelly, Holly Throsby, Sarah Blasko, Lior, Katie Noonan, Darren Hanlon, the Australian Chamber Orchestra, and many other songwriters and ensembles. Bree is long-standing member of Ensemble Offspring, Associate Director of Synergy Percussion, and is 2015 Artist in Residence at Campbelltown Arts Centre.

With visual artist Lauren Brincat she has created new work for AGNSW, MCA, GOMA, MOFO, Next Wave and Performance Space, and as a composer Bree has been commissioned by Shaun Parker Company, Bell Shakespeare, Sydney Dance Company, the MCA, NOMAD Percussion, and fashion designer Bianca Spender. 

ABOUT LAUREN BRINCAT

Lauren Brincat is an artist who works in performance, object and installation. The artist’s video works take the form of documented and often repetitive performed actions. Acknowledging performance history, DADA, The Gutai group, rock’n’roll and the everyday as inspiration, Brincat is pushed by ‘physical and cognitive limits’. Brincat was awarded the OZCO Emerging Artist Creative Australia Fellowship (2012-2014), was invited to talk at a symposium on art and rock’n’roll, Department of History of Art and Architecture, Harvard University 2012 and has recently been on residency in Mexico City and Paris. 

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