Sat 7 July 7pm | Free

0 Posted by - May 17, 2018 - Music: past

Anne Sylvie Henchoz and Philippe Daerendinger 

Don’t Forget to Touch Me Performance

Sunday 7 July from 7pm to 11pm | Free


Anne Sylvie Henchoz’s Don’t Forget to Touch Me (artist’s book edited by TSAR, Vevey, Switzerland and designed by Marietta Eugster) is a collection of invitations and scenarios for future performances.

Henchoz is organising a performance of choreographed percussive pieces in which musicians and dancers use each others bodies to create rhythms. The melodic landscape is built from the sometimes rough other times soft sounds of flesh and bone. With a polymorphic practice that includes action, construction and narrative, artist Anne Sylvie Henchoz stages situations conceived as ceremonies, inventing a vocabulary that is poetic and choreographic, in order to speak about a possible relation between people.

The project also comprises a display of sculptures by Philippe Daerendinger. With a text from independent curator Tiphanie Blanc.

Presented by Serge Vuille and We Spoke
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About Art Night

Art Night is London’s largest free contemporary arts festival. Each year the festival partners with a leading cultural institution and curator, focusing on a different area of London to explore its distinctive identity, culture and architecture through various forms of art.

This year, Art Night heads south of the river for the first time: the 2018 trail will transform the Thames riverbank between the South Bank and Battersea Power Station, via Vauxhall and Nine Elms, taking place in iconic and off-the-beaten-track venues. Ralph Rugoff and the Hayward Gallery team have curated projects by 12 internationally renowned artists to coincide with the institution’s 50th anniversary.

Presented alongside these 12 projects, the Art Night Open* programme offers local galleries, organisations, independent artists and curators the opportunity to take part in the festival responding to the 2018 curatorial themes and cultural trail.

More than 50 cultural institutions and local venues will be included in this year’s Art Night Open programme, with independent initiatives, curators and artists activating the 2018 trail with contemporary art; ranging from immersive multimedia installations and virtual reality to interactive experiences, special screenings and live music.

Art Night’s Outreach and Participation programme aims to actively engage with harder-to-reach groups of all ages, and to provide students and adults with volunteering opportunities. The year-long programme results in projects which are presented at Art Night, from a film school for young people to children’s workshops and engagement with local construction workers.

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Art Night is generously supported by international auction house Phillips for the third year running.

About Hayward Gallery

Hayward Gallery is a part of Southbank Centre and has a long history of presenting work by the world’s most adventurous and innovative artists including major solo shows by both emerging and established artists and dynamic group exhibitions. They include those by Bridget Riley, Martin Creed, Antony Gormley, Tracey Emin, Andy Warhol, Ed Ruscha, Jeremy Deller, Anish Kapoor, René Magritte, Francis Bacon and David Shrigley, as well as influential group exhibitions such as Africa Remix, Light Show, The Human Factor, Psycho Buildings and most recently The Infinite Mix. Opened by Her Majesty, The Queen in July 1968, the gallery is one of the few remaining buildings of its style. The Brutalist building was designed by a group of young architects, including Dennis Crompton, Warren Chalk and Ron Herron and is named after Sir Isaac Hayward, a former leader of the London County Council. Hayward Gallery reopened in January 2018 following two and a half years of refurbishment by Feilden Clegg Bradley studio which saw the redesign of the building’s 66 iconic pyramid rooflights which now allow the galleries to be flooded with controllable natural light.

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