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Illumini will take you on a journey of Victorian hauntings, explore the dark side of a city long forgotten. Take torch light tours beneath the haunted streets of the city

 

ILLUMINI EVENT 2010 ARTISTS

Illumini Event 2010, has given more artists, exhibiting opportunities then ever before. Artists for Illumini Event 2010, are listed in the categories below. Either click on the category or scroll down.

Exhibiting Visual Artists & Prop Makers
Opening Night performance Artist's
Creative Team

Exhibiting Visual Artists

 

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JANE WEBB Founder/Curator

'Communication Overload'

200 feet below street level lies Kingsway Telephone Exchange, built in 1940, as a secret government telecommunication centre and then owned by GPO as a telephone exchange. Kingsway had a bar, games room, restaurant and even accommodation.

Telephone Exchange operators controlled the telecommunication, through conversation in millions of wires and tubing, stretching for miles beneath our feet. The underground technology controllers, who where they? What did they look like? Did they ever see the light of day? Did this environment change them? Are they human or humanoid?






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NICHOLAS ADAMS

'Hidden Labyrinth'
This series of images depicts the hidden labyrinth of Drains and sewers, which run beneath our cities. The images are captured using artificial lighting such as torches or off camera flash. The use of colours emphasises the alien landscapes, which I encounter as well as the incredible architecture. Only a select few get to see these spaces. I try to portray them in a way that will unveil them to people, hopefully sparking thought and imagination about something spectacular that is usually completely ignored even though people walk above them every day.


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LINDY ANDERSON &
LEONORA AUNSTRUP

'Put The Light Out !

We would like to focus on the blitz as a historical timeframe; transforming a tube station into the last place for refuge, it was the most obvious and popular place for resting under the blitz and staying underground during the raid you could escape from the brutality of life at street level.
 

 


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ART ] ICULATING HISTORY

Alexander Small & Jonathan Alibone

'Invictus'
In 1953, the ancient Roman remains of the Temple of Mithras were discovered on what was once the east bank of the river Walbrook, one of the historic lost rivers of London.  Invictus ('unconquered') is an installation that incorporates light, sound and movement to articulate the rituals and the mythological origins of the mystery cult of Mithras, and to express the resilience of nature: the Walbrook continues to endure despite the myriad interruptions and subjugation imposed through centuries of change and development in London.

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KJ BARHAM

(Props & Special effects)

"The end of the Road"
What ever happens to us in life, there is only one guarantee, at some point we will die. And when you reach this impasse in life there is normally just one place you end up, the morgue. 

My work aims to highlight the last acts of respect given to a human before they are laid in their final resting place.

 


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MICK BATEMAN

'Half Life'

Plague pits, such as the one in the Crypt of St Andrews Holborn, have long been a source of morbid fascination - and anxiety - for Londoners, anxiety due to the fears that however long ago these bodies were interred there is still a risk of communicable disease for exhumation, hence inoculations and protective wear for those working to clear these pits. And where many centuries ago god and religion was a causal factor and a panacea for such horrors, today we look to science for the answers and the comfort that these viruses are vanquished - but the reality is they may be only dormant. Scares such as the Sars outbreak and the possibility of biological attacks do nothing to dispel these anxieties "Half Life' is a meditation on this anxiety - a cross of blood filled vials symbolizing our mortality and the fragility of our existence, where religion and science can never offer us total comfort.


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SONIA BHAMRA

'Let there be Light'

The head-stones are to symbolise the resting place of 557 people; dating from 1822 to 1854, buried in St Pancras Church crypt. Consisting of 557 specks of light filtering through.


 


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'Vital Signs'

The installations are metaphors for 'Dead Man's Hole' mortuary under Tower Bridge, used to retrieve corpses from the Thames: suicides or bodies thrown into the river from the Tower and surrounding districts. The bodies were stored in a mortuary below stone steps to the river until removed for burial.The only underground mortuary in London in modern times has recently been completed below a gothic lodge in Tottenham Cemetery

 

 


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CAROLINE COLLINGE

'Night Flight'

'Night flight' will be a poetic interpretation of the cabinet war room's map room that will counterbalance realistic interpretations within the same zone. During World War II, Bellerophon mounted on the winged horse Pegasus was adopted as the emblem of the airborne forces: the symbol of a warrior arriving at a battle by air was the same tactics used by the paratroopers.

'Night Flight' is an installation that recycles paper maps, a parachute and uses origami folding techniques and light to create a constellation night scene with Pegasus, the winged horse, the main character

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SANDRA CRISP

'Retracing Lost Rivers'

Below London lie numerous historical rivers trickling through sealed conduits or even flowing entirely encased under the surface in concrete, across the city these waterways glimpse the light of day only to disappear underground once again. Occasionally to be heard distantly bubbling below the street via a grid in the street by an attentive urban pedestrian

Fragment of Rivers Fleet, Tyborne and Westbourne will be reinterpreted through an animated projection using 3D modeling, recycled maps, images, text and drawing creating an imaginative journey through hidden layers of London's watery subterranean history



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RICHARD DAWSON

(Artist & Prop Maker)

'Like Swift Mercury Beneath Our Feet'

This sculpture represents the front of a mail train in the style of ancient bas-relief carving as a mythological subterranean beast. It reinterprets the now obsolete mail-train as a messenger of the gods, secretly burrowing through the earth beneath our feet, hidden and unknown yet carrying sparks of life, the letters within its belly.

The piece is brought to life by the addition of an eye headlamp and the flickering blue lighting that plays around its edges hinting at the raw power that drives the beast. The piece also responds to the idea of the hidden, subterranean and crypt like memorial spaces .

(Richard will also be exhibiting a prop, of a world War II bomb, similar to one he created in the picture)

 

 

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SAMIRA ENGLUND

(Artist & Prop Maker)

'Remains'

I started working on Remains after yet another attic clean-out. Standing in piles of stuff I felt a familiar (and somewhat perverse) relief in throwing things away. I reflected on the strained relationship between constant collecting and de-cluttering as an endless cycle, an impossible quest for fulfilment and purity. The transformation of desirable items into junk seems to be never-ending.

I then decided to gather the unwanted little things - mine and others - to give them endless life as ornaments on a coffin - where they in turn become the story of a life.

 

 

 

 

 


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ANDREW GRAVES-JOHNSTON

'Ghosts of Pete Townsends Guitars'

The Round house was a technological marvel used in Victorian days to reverse trains, then later as a liquor store. After years of disuse, in 1967 the damp, dilapidated building was turned into a venue, for underground music. The Who played there in 1968. Pete Townsend nearly always smashed his guitar at the end of gigs. These pieces created in pate-de-vere represent the ghosts of the instruments which were destroyed. I feel that for them to have been played with such feeling, passion and enthusiasm that their vibe must live on in the spirit world.


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CLAUDIA FERNETY

'Endgame'
In 1888, women who walked the streets of East London were targeted by a serial killer,
Jack the Ripper. "Endgame" speaks to the anguish of those caught up in his deadly game,and asks the viewer to consider the plight of vulnerable women today.

The work is particularly relevant to Shoreditch Town Hall, as it was the site of the judicial Inquest of Mary Jane Kelly, one of his last victims

 


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FOCAR GROUP

Alina tudor & Razvan Neagoe
'Steps to identity'

Greenwich passage reveals itself as a corridor animated by the human crowds, a hallway loaded with different silhouettes, some in a hurry, some relaxed, but all and each one of them adding to the identity imprint of this place with every step laid here.

The installation will be displaying a projection of lights through cut out silhouettes. A linear movement of the device which projects the light from left to right will be seen by the visitors as a movement of the cut-out characters.

 

 


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GENETIC MOO

'Animacules- the drop of water'

In the sweltering summer of 1858, the stench of sewage from the polluted Thames drove Parliament to improve London's primitive system of sanitation. The Times called the crisis "The Great Stink". The quality of the water was so low that it inspired a cartoon entitled "MONSTER SOUP commonly called THAMES WATER," which recalled the work of Dutch Scientist Van Leeuwenhoek. He was a microscope builder and was the first to see what he called animalcules (microorganisms) in drops of pond water. In the cartoon the animalcules had now turned into "hydras and gorgons and chimeras dire".

This was the starting point for our work, which presents an imagined microscopic drop of water. By shining light on the disc, you will entice various mutated creatures, which we call animalcules, to the surface.

 

 


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JACKIE KINGSLEY

'of the space we occupy'

The use of the underground through generations, as a place of sanctuary.

A City population retreated and emerging throughout the decades, into and out of the depths of the city, using the underground infrastructure as a place of sanctuary. The dense opaqueness of the copper when fired in the kiln with the glass represents the concrete walls, the translucent lit faces, the population, and the corroded metal frames, the infrastructure beneath the city.




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DOROTA KUZNIAR

'Reflecting Eliza'
Covent Garden Flower Cellars is historically London's most famous flower market. Now a renowned crafts market, my work represents both the past and present function of this venue. Crafted from copper and steel, these organic forms reflect through illumination an echo of the Victorian past where floral adornment was of daily importance. The Cellars were at the heart of trading activity with new stock arriving throughout each night. These forms suggest flowers in the dark before being presented in their full glory by traditional flower girls of the era.





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DAVE LODER

'Roentgenidat'
Roentgenizdat is the practice of imprinting an audio track on to discarded x-ray plates to then be played on a record player or gramophone, developed by underground music pirates in the Soviet Union during the 1950s until it was made illegal by the Kremlin in 1959. The name roentgenizdat comes from the combination of roentgen ray (another word for X-ray) and samizdat ("self-published", or underground literature). As well as literature, much western music (including rock and jazz, etc.) was banned. Vinyl was near-impossible to get, so even when records could miraculously cross the border, they could not be reproduced. However, soon enough someone brilliant realised that sound grooves could be inscribed in the acetate of old x-ray plates. Thus, the roentgenizdat , or x-ray press, was born. X-ray records were of poor quality and seldom lasted for more than a few months, but they still contained the precious forbidden music, and as such were treasured by all who could get their hands on them.


 

 


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LAURA LUCK

'Woven'

 What we value we keep hidden, and what we keep secret we seek to protect.

What secrets were kept to protect England in the 1940's until well after the cold war? What happened to the stories of the Official Secrets Act?

Recreating a room in the M16 underground chambers that housed the Official Secrets Act, you are invited to discover and record the secrets of another time and another life where your input can affect the future of what lies underground.

 

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ANDRAS MENGYAN

'Visual polyphony '

I build my works on thoughts and their appropriated underlying principles. The search for and understanding of thoughts and underlying principles are my primary concern, because this provides the possibility of giving a personal visual answer and of extending and enriching visual presentation. In my reading, this means that underlying principles can be built into any thought and can be expressed in any formal language



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LIZ MURFITT

'Ghosts'
There are many subterranean beer and wine cellars in London, but some are more than just a cool storage area, for example: the Mason's Arms, the London Apprentice and the Morpeth Arms are all reputed to have tunnels leading from their cellars to, respectively, the Tyburn gallows, All Saints church and the Millbank Penitentiary. One of these is also said to be haunted.

A beer/wine cellar of a 17 th century inn will be recreated in the exhibition space and my work will depict the "ghosts" of some of the characters (from all walks of life) who may have inhabited such places.


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KATE O'MOLLOY

(Prop Maker)

'Faces of the Past'

What happens to those who get lost on their final journey to the after life? Stuck somewhere between life and death slowly decaying it the living dead. The London Necropolis is the subterranean passage where these lost souls are left to wander historical dark underground spaces for eternity. Works exploring modeling and mould making to recreate
the faces of the dead but not forgotten.

 

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JASMINE PRADISSITTO

'E8'

Upon death we lose consciousness and our materials bodies undergo change. And yet what happens to our energies, experiences and memories? What is our consciousness and where does it go? Can the quantum world of tiny things and uncertain clouds explain our very presence?

 


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ECKHARD PREUSS

'why war ,pain and hopeless on both sides'

On-line video art. Eckard was influenced by the Illumini Event 2010 theme, not only is he a performance artist that use illumination, but the connection with underground war bunkers in london, had a strong influence on this work. Eckhard personally experienced the pain and distress that war can cause. Leaving pain and tears with all countries involved. He has produced a video and animation of a personal response to war, asking the question Why?

 

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ABBY PRICE

(Prop Maker)

'The Dead Train'
The Necropolis Railway, carried dead people in coffins to the final destination.

Do train tracks carry the ghostly imprints of their now non-existant loads? How real are the tracks anyway now nothing travels on them? If the prop has a purpose does it become more real than that which is represents? A work exploring modelling, paint effects and the nature of what they create.

 

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MARTIN RIESER

Collaborating artists Ximena Alarcon & Kasia Molga
'Riverains'
Riverains creates a story trail along Old Street and Shoreditch High Street, accessible through user's mobile phones. It maps both the imaginary underground world of the Riverains and London's history onto the urban landscape.

Riverains are souls tied to watery energies, running under our cities in rivers, cables, sewers, tunnels and caves. They travel unseen by these invisible routes and cluster around sites of their past experience.

Through GPS location sensing and barcode code reading, participants can use their mobile phone to discover this hidden underground world, which will correspond to real locations in Shoreditch. These align with the sites of past events such as the Ripper murders. Participants can use the Riverains voices to find those sites and fully experience these narratives.



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KATE SEARLES

'Camden//Basin (2010)'

My current practice explores the notion of Foucault's 'heterotopia'; those spaces which exist within the everyday yet are somehow disconnected and disparate. Using London's canals and rivers as an example of 'other', I aim to highlight the tension between place & non-place, public & private. In particular, I am concerned with how the identity of these spaces shifts with changes in light .


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LUCY SPARROW

'The Things We Found In The Aftermath'

 "Lucy Sparrow's collection of artifacts made out of various textiles. Found objects discovered in the crumbling rubble of old air raid shelters. Ration books, Brodie helmets and woolen gas masks litter the floor illuminated by torchlight."

 

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SUZAN SWALE

`Being Sane in Insane Places'

This is about being in a dark place psychologically and physically and imagining.

It poses the question as to whether we can distinguish the sane from the insane.

The playwright Nathaniel Lee was incarcerated in Bedlam and said `They called me mad, and I called them mad, and damn them, they outvoted me,'

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MARIKO TAKAHASHI

'Untitled 2010'

'Untitled (2010)' was made with the program that allows whole LED's turn on and off with different pace. Some lights turn on while others turn off, so that the on lights indicate active, in-use stations. On the other hand, off lights represent closed and abandoned ones .

 

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JO TAYLOR

'Terminal' 2010, from the 'Body Snatcher' Series.
Smoke-a-graph body prints are presented in light boxes, and represent makeshift coffins. Each individual image is made by anchoring soot and smoke onto a sheet of glass and are redolent of buried and preserved bodies.

The prints capture an isolated scene, a moment in time, in a way that is far more personal than a photograph because flesh has been imprinted onto the glass to leave a direct residue that forms the image of itself.The viewer is afforded the voyeuristic opportunity to see what is inside the coffin and is invited to wonder what that person did when they were alive; who that person really was. They offer a window into a concealed and mysterious world that is closer to us than we care to acknowledge.

The London Necropolis railway transported the dead and mourners from an overcrowded London to Brookwood cemetery from 1854 to 1941. 'Terminal' highlights the link between the end of life and the end of the line

 


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MATTHEW THOMAS

'FlowerGlow'

The flowers present, will reflect the ghosts of flowers past, the echoes of the industry.

The spirit of time of the Covent garden flower cellars.

 

 



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TONY TROWBRIDGE

'Sanctuary'
When the Isle of Wight converted their steam trains to electric ones in 1966, they chose the old London underground tube trains. Despite not being designed to see the light of day, the trains have survived a regular battering from the waves at high tide, as ½ mile of the track is on the old Victorian Pier at Ryde.

Tony Trowbridge, a professional spray can artist living on the Isle of Wight, has combined the modern medium of spray can art with the old tube trains to create a series of detailed images on canvas, of the trains at various points on their island route.

 

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NIK VAUGHN

'The Dead Train'

The Vaults under London Bridge station, was once the waiting room for the dead. The Necropolis Railway, carried coffins to the final destination. Nik Vaughn a professional mural painter, will create a new piece of work, a scene that, takes you back to an average day of death, on The Necropolis Railway.

 

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BELLA VERNON

' The Drowned World  2010 '

Illuminated bio resin puddles subvert the conventions of reflection; images of London appear distorted and displaced from our reality as they sit on the under surface, fragmented and eminating light. They do not reflect their surroundings, but depict the residual memory of the city's water in the form of its environment, closing the space between above and below




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GARY WELCH

'3-D Stereoscopic Installation with Warp-Core'

Stereoscopic photographs with viewers on telescopic stands and illuminated by a light sculpture (Warp-Core) made of metal, poly carbonate sheeting and forty eight clear incandescent light bulbs at the centre, has been designed to engage the viewer through both stereoscopic photographs and the independent beauty of the sculpture itself. The theme of the photographic work is subterranean life in London and includes photos of underground spaces

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JAYNE WILTON

'Ghost whisper'

Intrigued by the often visceral presence of previous encounters, 'Whisper' shows a dialogue between two individuals played out through the breath. The audience are invited to become absorbed in the dynamics of the exchange whilst are kept guessing as to the specifics of the narrative. The work is inspired by stories of haunted underground stations with ghosts such as the actor William Terris thought to haunt the station of Covent Garden. Making visible the trace of this exchange allows us to contemplate the rich history of these subterranean spaces.

OPEN NIGHT PERFORMERS

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A CHERRY ON TOP

Cool Britannia
Oh blighty these ladies make an entrance!Corseted and commanding, Cool Britannia never fails to wow the crowd.

From their sumptuous Vivienne Westwood-inspired gowns down to the elegant button of their boots, our patriotic pretties always put on a jolly good show.

Why don't you come and join the party and at the same time learn about some of the secret subterranean treasure, that helped win the war.

 

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VICKY BUTTERFLY

'The Moth'
"Inspired by both the movement of the moth itself, and the position of the Serpentine dance as one of the first films by the Lumière brothers. The dancer in this film, Loie Fuller, herself held many patents related to stage lighting: including chemical compounds for creating color gel and the use of chemical salts for luminescent lighting. Using modern techniques, I intend to incorporate light into my movement in an up-to-date way to create a dynamic and contemporary piece that also retains elements of timelessness."

 

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JAMES BUXTON

The Illegible Bachelor is a poet who seeks to catch the running commentary of life as it passes. He has an abiding interest in voices and performance, not so much as a standard stand-up or slam poet, more as a dramatic giving back of the sound and nature of things. This performance is based around a series of dramatic poems written from the perspective of characters who could have inhabited The Clerkenwell House of Detention, The Necropolis Railway and a few other locations. The aim is to give speech to lost voices inspired by these historic places and create a dynamic atmosphere suitable for these environments.

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CIRCUS COMPANY

'illuminated juggling & Magic'

The Circus Company are back for Illumini 2010, to dazzle and amaze you with their glow performances, illuminated juggling, contact ball, diablo and much more.

Magic, from the Circus Company, outstanding performance of 'street magic' where their 'close-up' magic leaves people astounded!

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CILLA CONWAY

'The Occult World of Subterranean London'

Creator of The Intuitive Tarot, Cilla Conway, will be reading tarot on the opening night

Tarot has a long and interesting past in subterranean London - literally, as well as in the wider sense of the word. In the early 1900s, Arthur Waite, arch-magician Aleister Crowley, and other members of The Golden Dawn met regularly in the basement of Atlantis Bookshop in Holborn. Later on, in the 1950s, it was the turn of Gerald Gardner, Madeleine Montalban and other luminaries. Watkins Bookshop in Leicester Square also has a basement which, legend tells, was also frequented by Crowley.

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PAWEL FESYK

 

Live stone statue who will meet and greet you . A Unique performance set inside a Picture Frame. The Self portrait of the artist comes to life, when guests walk past.

 

 

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GRYMM TOOMS TRAVELLING MUSEUM

A Magic Lantern Show

Let Professor Grymm and Doctor Tooms transport you back to the Victorian era with a light show from bygones times. With the aid of Mr Joseph Swan's Incandescent light bulb and a series of hand-tinted glass slides the world can be brought to your parlor in glorious full colour.

They will be presenting, for one night only, the stirring Melodrama of one woman's courage when faced with a shipwreck outside her seaside cottage. This will be followed by the True History of the one and only Emperor of the United States (and Protector of Mexico).

 

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DALIA HAWLEY

'Bubble of Love'

A beautiful, strange, surreal act that mixes physical contortion and light manipulation, all inside a giant bubble. Be prepared to be taken on a journey that is unusual yet ethereal

 

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OPEN BLUE

'Whale of light'

The Whale of Light, is a 10-minute shadow puppetry piece that starts in the abyss of the deep ocean, moving to the surprising creation of creatures made of light moved by impulses given from music and voice.

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CATRIN OSBORNE

''Miss Havisham'

Catrin Osborne magically brings to life one of Dickens most inspired creations who went on to become one of the most loved characters in literature. Miss Haversham is a fully interactive experience, who can transport the public into her dust filled house of stopped clocks and spider infested cakes.

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SIMON ROGERS

'Undertaker & Creature of the Grave'

Actor and make up artist, will be recreating the Necropolis Railway Undertaker, where coffin tickets where only sold as singles. No return needed for these unlucky people going to the cemetry.

Also performing as a creature from the grave, be careful while visiting the crypts, you may just find him escapping from a coffin.

 

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RICHARD STANDING

'Spin 8'
spin8 is an evolving art form pushing the boundaries of kinetic art .Artist Rick Standing explores the multiple possible frequencies by spinning painted discs under two contrasting lighting conditions.

Stemming from club visual entertainment his images reflect the intensity found within electronic music and his on going curious affliction with the workings of the cosmos


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TIINA TUOMISTO

LED Light Performance

Energetic choreographed light show. Stunning illuminated solo hula hoop performance with an LED colour changing hoop.

Tiina is a circus art performer, specialising in hula-hoops and hand balancing and is also a member of Hoop La La, a hula-hoop performing trio who hold a Guinness World Record in professional circus performance.

 

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FRANCESCA ULIVARI &
GIULIA PECORARI

'In Between'

In between a 2D and a 3D structure. In between the light and the dark. In between the performer and the space. In between the space and the movement.  'In between' is a dialogue within all these elements and paper, which reveals to be a flexible, strong structure despite its appearance of fragility.

CREATIVE TEAM

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Founder/Director & Curator ---- Jane webb

Photographer for Illumini Event 2010 Vinay Hathi

Filming, Opening night will be filmed by, Real Eyez Productions

Graphic Design
- Vinay Hathi, Jane Webb, Serena Shai,

Web design ...Jane Webb, Jamie wright

Fundraising---Jane Webb, Saffiah Ureham

Prop Researchers Jo Taylor, Jane Webb, KJ Barnham, Claudia Fernetty

PR & Marketing
Jane Webb ane Webb