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The Sound Source
The Meaning Between Us




Little Nightingale, by Victor Alimpiev

Kings Place, London
10 February 2009 | 7.30pm
Tickets start at £9.50
Visit: http://www.kingsplace.co.uk


no.w.here present films by Russian artist Victor Alimpiev and British independent filmmaker Ken McMullen as part of spnm's Sound Source. Alimpiev's Summer Lightnings and Sweet Nightingale incorporate elements of music, theatre and choreography to explore individual and group expression. McMullen's Beuys at Tate and Whitechapel, Word Work and Discussion with a Gun are rarely seen portraits of the radical German artist Joseph Beuys.

Thanks to Galerie Anita Beckers and Ken McMullen for their kind support.


Immerse yourself in a haunting new world in The Meaning Between Us. Drift through the basement of Kings Place where live installations, films and micro-performances fracture the traditional sit-watch-clap dynamics of an ordinary ‘show’. These 'satellite' occurrences frame As I Have Now Memoyre. This new transdisciplinary work by Nicholas Brown explores the psychology of singing and features guest vocalist, Linda Hirst.

In keeping with the project's nature, The Meaning Between Us has already started: visit http://www.mimomaniac.com to download fragments of media to illuminate a variety of pathways through this imaginative, unique journey.



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