An audiovisual collaboration of two sisters Antonina Nowacka (voice/processing) and Bogumila Piotrowska (live visuals)
Oneiric visions guided by abstract, operatic vocals flowing in the jungle of psychedelic visuals, created in real time from scratch, a unique trip into the land of the forgotten, avoided and yet unexperienced.
Zmija is a solo performance project by artist Fay Nicolson using the voice, movement and looping to generate polyphonic works in real time. Zmija is sincere grunge ballet, punk musical theatre, medieval avant-garde and corrosive chorale.
Lia Mazzari an artist, musician working with cello, whips and prepared objects. Her work as performer is often collaborative combining diverse instruments and sound objects, engaging new audiences through encounters with art in non-conventional spaces. She aims to create live and recorded events that embrace the broader sense of sound in space. The importance of site and developing an extended technique with cello, whips and other localised objects form the crux of her creative practice. She is the founder of Silver Road, a non-profit arts organisation devoted to site-specific and interdisciplinary performance and music. Lia has performed with Ilan Volkov, Takahiro Kawaguchi, Tarek Atoui, Ashley Paul and is part of the Al Fresco Trio, a new collaboration with Sholto Dobie and Tom White.
During the late naughties Crystabel Riley toured Japan and Europe using drums, electronics and make-up in noise trio Maria and the Mirrors. This was the start of her interest in patterns on skins - human and drum. She was later encouraged - and welcomed - into the Horse Improvised Music Club by Daniel Thompson and Sue Lynch respectively. This instantly consolidated into weekly playing with Sue, who she still collaborates with. She is currently working on the multi-format duo project @xcrswx with Seymour Wright. This contrasts the LIVE (evolved sounds / patience / relentless) and the ANDROID (cropped media [sounds+visuals] / impatience / InstantPublication).