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On the Circulation of Blood – Folkestone Triennial – Folkestone – 21/07/21

What
On the Circulation of Blood
When
Wednesday, July 21, 2021
3:00pm - All Ages
Where
Folkestone
Other Info
Sam Belinfante's 'On the Circulation of Blood' is an itinerant, multimedia installation and performance work as part of ‘The Plot’, the fifth edition of Creative Folkestone Triennial. Initially unfolding at The Old Drying Grounds, adjacent to St Peter’s School, the work will then move to Market Place in central Folkestone before making its final journey to the Lower Leas Amphitheatre.

The installation and performances will include my newly commissioned piece that I made in contribution to the project: 'Beacons' alongside new pieces by Sarah Dacey, Neil Luck, Elaine Mitchener, Bernhard Schimpelsberger and Josephine Stephenson.

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On the Circulation of Blood – Folkestone Triennial – Folkestone – 21/07/21

What
On the Circulation of Blood
When
Wednesday, July 21, 2021
5:00pm - All Ages
Where
Folkestone
Other Info
Sam Belinfante's 'On the Circulation of Blood' is an itinerant, multimedia installation and performance work as part of ‘The Plot’, the fifth edition of Creative Folkestone Triennial. Initially unfolding at The Old Drying Grounds, adjacent to St Peter’s School, the work will then move to Market Place in central Folkestone before making its final journey to the Lower Leas Amphitheatre.

The installation and performances will include my newly commissioned piece that I made in contribution to the project: 'Beacons' alongside new pieces by Sarah Dacey, Neil Luck, Elaine Mitchener, Bernhard Schimpelsberger and Josephine Stephenson.

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On the Circulation of Blood – Folkestone Triennial – Folkestone – 21/07/21

What
On the Circulation of Blood
When
Wednesday, July 21, 2021
9:00pm - All Ages
Where
Folkestone
Other Info
Sam Belinfante's 'On the Circulation of Blood' is an itinerant, multimedia installation and performance work as part of ‘The Plot’, the fifth edition of Creative Folkestone Triennial. Initially unfolding at The Old Drying Grounds, adjacent to St Peter’s School, the work will then move to Market Place in central Folkestone before making its final journey to the Lower Leas Amphitheatre.

The installation and performances will include my newly commissioned piece that I made in contribution to the project: 'Beacons' alongside new pieces by Sarah Dacey, Neil Luck, Elaine Mitchener, Bernhard Schimpelsberger and Josephine Stephenson.

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On the Circulation of Blood

I was super pleased to be invited by Sam Belinfante, along with five other brilliant composers – Sarah Dacey, Neil Luck, Elaine Mitchener, Bernhard Schimpelsberger and Josephine Stephenson – to contribute a new piece to his Folkestone Triennial commission, On the Circulation of Blood. My contribution is called Beacons and features visual heartbeat click tracks, which I created with the help of Professor David Simpson from the University of Southampton.

Sam’s work is an itinerant, multimedia installation and performance work as part of ‘The Plot’, the fifth edition of Creative Folkestone Triennial. Initially unfolding at The Old Drying Grounds, adjacent to St Peter’s School in Folkestone, the work will then move to Market Place in central Folkestone before making its final journey to the Lower Leas Amphitheatre. At the heart of the project is a series of monumental, outdoor installations constructed from specially adapted theatrical apparatuses and bespoke fabric netting. It’s going to be an amazing thing.

Work in progress, Quarterhouse, Folkestone

There are multiple performances, details available on Creative Folkestone’s website.

I first worked with Sam on a project back in 2005, where he tied me up and puppeteered me when I was conducting… video documentation available here!

ON AIR: Workshop and Performance at St. Stephen Walbrook, 4pm, 1st July 2010

I am working on a new piece for choir, piano and live electronics which the Musarc choir will workshop and perform at St. Stephen Walbrook on 1st July.  I’m really excited to be working with Musarc and in such a fantastic space!  Please come either to be involved in the workshop or to the concert at 8.30pm.

The Voice and Nothing More – 15th January 2009

I am excited to be taking part in an interesting art project at the Slade Art School, The Voice and Nothing More.  The event is curated by Sam Belinfante and Neil Luck.  I’ll be collaborating with visual artist Diana Taylor on a new piece for female voice and electronics that will be performed by Lore Lixembourg and myself on Thursday 15th January.