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Surfing with coffee 4. This is off the back of Odrathek with Musarc, includes a few things/people I’ve looked in to after that overwhelming experience. Not comprehensive, but perhaps consider this big wave surfing…

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Célia Gondol (B↓)(C↓) Chase the vibrations; Jenny Moore (↓D) (↓E) Sang “Reclaim the night” the whole way back last night (Central line din disguises humming nicely); Neil Luck (↓F) Reliving childhood softball injury; Bartosz Glowacki with Lore Lixenberg (↓G) First time a live musical performance has made me cry; Edka Jarząb (↓H) Intoxicating voice for change; need to find the red book she read from on third day; read Warsound Warszawa; Rie Nakajima (↓I) Creator and destroyer of helpless noise creatures

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Good Vibrations

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Cordel Literature on Wikipedia

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Reclaim the night, sung at Greenham Common women’s peace camp

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Thank you internet, 8m51s in on showreel (↓J)

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Bloody Sirens GET IT NOW!

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Akkordeon Baroque, tickets for 23 May 2018

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Wyjaśnienie na marginesie – Ginczanka // Explanation in the margin – Ginczanka (↓K)

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Dead Plants and Living Objects (↓L)

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Holly Pester

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Zuzanna Ginczanka (↓M)

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Pierre Berthet

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On Centaurs (↓) Not ideal since it seems to be paginated for press…

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Not all of me will die

And 🌈, with added 🌧! To be restaged next Saturday 19 May 2018 at the RA for RA250.

Early last year, Sarah Kate Wilson approached Musarc with a concept for a performance involving coloured mirrors. Around the same time, Toby O’Connor and I were mulling over ways of working with Beata Viscera, a conductus by medieval composer Pérotin. These experiments merged to become Rainbows. In April 2017, Musarc opened and closed the third Do Disturb festival at Palais De Tokyo with Rainbows. Watch a video documenting Musarc’s various PDT performances on musarc.org. Rainbows was performed again as part of MK Gallery’s 2017 CityFest and at Rochester Square’s Open Day on 24 June 2017.

Musarc rehearsing Rainbows

The composite photo above is Musarc rehearsing Rainbows at Central House just before the building was sold by London Met Uni.