Adam Moore | Roberto Nicchitta
Enthralled and frustrated by mythical representations of Land Art – implying distant regions, displacement, and inaccessibility – fragments of London’s topology, as a site of continual urban development, are relocated and reconfigured. Two performers explore the boundaries and nature of this site through embodied and sonorous improvisational structures. Durational and intermittent, movement, sound and sculptural forms morph – a modulating, psychogeographic environment transits through time and space. Influenced by the Syrian refugee crisis in 2015, journeys, migrations, borders, and freedom of movement across sound, materials and body coalesce – unearthing fears, extracting dreams.
Photos: Dimitri Djuric