Live Performance - The Gift: A response to Alice Maher's Cassandra's Necklace
Wednesday 30 January 2013 at 7.00pm at IMMA at NCH (National Concert Hall), Earlsfort Terrace, Dublin 2
The Gift is a response to Cassandra's Necklace by artist Alice Maher. This performance will take the form of a live improvisation featuring Paris-based Japanese Butoh dancer Gyohei Zaitsu, composer/keyboardist Trevor Knight and lighting designer Aedin Cosgrove.
This live performance will mark the final days of Alice Maher’s exhibition Becoming, which is running at IMMA at NCH until 17 February 2013.
Tickets: Euro 10.00. Please click here to buy online from the website www.entertainment.ie
Gyohei Zaitsu, Trevor Knight, Alice Maher and Aedin Cosgrove previously collaborated on The Devil’s Spine Band which took place at The Galway Arts Festival and at Smock Alley Dublin.
Reviews of ‘The Devils Spine Band’
‘The Devil ’s Spine Band offered innovative and unconventional performance and musical expressions contained within an astounding composition of forms and visual objects, garments and video art.’
‘…the playfully grotesque butoh dancers Gyohei Zaitsu and Maki Watanabe created mesmeric images of stunning, bizarre elegance….’
‘Weird or what?’ IRISH TIMES
Reviews of ‘slat’
‘…..a seemingly chaotic, but discerningly conceived and achieved sound design that is the musical manifestation of hell. If Hieronymous Bosch were a 21st-century composer and theatre-maker, this is what he would do. A powerful work that makes the audience question itself as well as what constitutes a ‘civilised’ human’. Irish Times October 2009
‘Beautiful and thrilling….an essential experience’ The Arts Show, RTE Radio 1 July 2008
‘…a mesmeric and challenging immersion in the world of the wild child…intimate and unsettling, (as is the entire) experience, which lingers long after leaving its subterranean world’ Irish Times July 2008
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