Ailsa Richardson's Blog – August 2014 Archive (3)

some fragments from a scratch performance of 'five broken cameras, in the language of grasses' devised on summercamp 14

In the second week of NTWSummercamp 2014 I became faced with the question of how to make work in such a beautiful, secluded and peaceful place, whilst keeping a consciousness of the news coming in of heightening conflicts elsewhere in the world. I took the further question of 'how to respond' on a repeated walk through the landscape. From this dialogue with the landscape I devised actions, shot video diaries and wrote texts, and these were pieced together with memories from the film 'five…


Added by Ailsa Richardson on August 20, 2014 at 16:30 — No Comments

blurring edges and touching worlds, a letter to summercampers 14

I posted this letter on the Summercampers 14 facebook page a while ago but was asked to share it here too, so here it is (and the photo is I think by Josh Alan Trask and video installed at 'the jetty' by Jac Ifan Moore, Jack Furness, Dom Farelli) :



Added by Ailsa Richardson on August 20, 2014 at 15:30 — 1 Comment

workshop/retreat in west wales: hinterlands 3 - deadline this Sunday!

I am running this workshop for artists, performers, researchers, writers in rural West Wales, exploring the relationships between bodies and environments and facilitating a collaborative context for creating independent works:

hinterlands 3

creative investigations of bodies and environments…


Added by Ailsa Richardson on August 7, 2014 at 19:26 — No Comments

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