BASS AN PLACE

BASS AN PLACE

12th March 6 – 7.30pm

As part of the public programme for his installation ‘genre pain -ting ; An Ode to Brixton’, Andrew Pierre Hart invited a group of artists to engage with the exhibition space through sound and movement, employing a responsive approach to the internal space of the gallery and the wider space that is Brixton as town, as centre

Participants included:

Andrew Pierre Hart (UK)
Andrew Pierre Hart lives and works in London. He explores the symbiotic relationship between sound and painting through ongoing rhythmic research and play between improvised and spontaneous generative processes. His practice questions the many formalities and dialogues around painting. His work explores somatic responses to ideas relating to sound, including but not limited to acoustic levitation, spatialisation, the human as a vessel of sound and the creation of physical and theoretical space. Deeply influenced by music, Hart’s work is a renegotiation of the visual language and legacies of Western abstraction, probing connections between the phenomena, language and representation of sound in painting.

Kamile Ofoeme (UK)
Kamile Ofoeme is a London based multi-disciplinary artist working across audio, visual and performative mediums in order to explore identity, class, place and the built environment. Ofoeme graduated from UCEM’s MSc in Built Environment Studies (BS) in 2021, and Goldsmiths University’s BA in Fine Art and History of Art in 2017. Ofoeme’s work has been exhibited and presented nationally and internationally at institutions including South London Gallery, The Liverpool Biennial 2018, Whitechapel Gallery, Nottingham Contemporary, Spike Island, Stroom Den Haag (Netherlands), Fort Worth Contemporary Arts (U.S.A), and the Institute of Contemporary Art, Miami (U.S.A).

Remer Cier (UK)
An Unconscious Collective. As a teenager, Remer Cier met Andrew Pierre Hart at Plastic People’s CDR night. Reunited as adults in 2016, Hart has since commissioned sound performances and talks from Cier at Chelsea College of Art & Design and Royal College of Art, culminating in a musical performance in response to Hart’s RCA graduate show. Ahead of a collaborative cassette release, Échange 1:1, Remer Cier will present a live sound collage to celebrate the closing of Diaspora Pavilion 2: London.

Vasiliki Papapostolou (Greece)
Performance: Palingenesis. Hyper-stimulation , regeneration, creation.
Vasiliki Papapostolou is a London-based dancer and choreographer. She gained a BA from Trinity Laban in London and was trained with Kibbutz Contemporary Dance Company in Israel. In September 2020, she started her MA in Education at King’s College London. In 2021 she was invited to perform at TEDx Panteion University. In 2020, Vasiliki presents her first complete solo choreographic work “Free Is The Possessed”, as part of Resolution at The Place, London which was later presented at the online event “Voices From Around The World” organised by Jersey City Theatre Centre, New Jersey. Vasiliki is a member of Edifice Dance Theatre, and has performed in the works “Transcendence” and “Salome”. She is also a member of Hinged Dance Company and has performed the work “SICK”. In March 2019 she was invited to be a judge at Percorsi Coreografici in Italy, and teach workshops as a guest teacher. She choreographed and performed as a solo dance artist in “Objekt x Ezra Miller” event for Lia Mice’s AV live set, at Islington Assembly Hall in September 2019. Also she has choreographed and performed in two of Lia Mice’s music video clips. During her training she performed repertoire of Rami Be’er, Mats Ek and Dore Hoyer. Also she has performed original pieces of Sita Ostheimer, Yael Flexer, Theo TJ Lowe, Zoi Dimitriou and Thomas Page Dances.

With contributions from:

Ibrahim Cisse (France/Netherlands/Gambia)

Shabaka Hutchings (UK)