Archive for February, 2016

Monday, February 29th, 2016

Dreams Winter – Forced Ent.

During reading week the group was tasked with researching into a particular artist/performance company and presenting information based on a site specific performance they have created. The company I decided to research was Forced Entertainment and their piece entitled Dreams winter; an interesting site specific performance that took place in, and was inspired by, the […]

Sunday, February 28th, 2016

Research into Forced Entertainment

Whilst in the process of creating a site specific performance I have chosen to research into Forced Entertainment and their site specific work. Through researching into their methods of work I hoped to find material that would possibly influence the creative decisions when constructing my final site specific piece. I started my research on Forced […]

Sunday, February 28th, 2016

Brainstorming Ideas for our own Site Specific Performance

10/2/16. Jaimie, Jake and I were thinking of what our idea could be. We decided to ‘drift’ around The Drill Hall again and we saw two memorial stones of two soldiers who fought during World War I, Lance Corporal Leonard Keyworth and Corporal James Upton. In relation to the two soldiers, we were told to […]

Sunday, February 28th, 2016

Forced Entertainment

Rob Anthony and I researched into Forced Entertainment which mainly explores what theatre and performance can mean in contemporary life. They make performances that challenge, but excite the audience members. They attempt to push the boundaries of theatre by doing things people do during their every day life. A great example of Forced Entertainment is […]

Sunday, February 28th, 2016

Janet Cardiff

My group and I are interested in using audio and sound in are final piece. Janet Cardiff’s work primarily focuses on this in her pieces. The piece that I found most interesting out of her work is “The forty part motet.” This is a sound installation piece that involves 40 separately recorded voices that are played back […]