The Light & Shadow Salon
"What! Art thou, like the adder, waxen deaf? Be poisonous too and kill thy forlorn queen."
doors open at 7:30pm for a prompt 8pm start
(£5 entry on the door)
A live multimedia performance by Filippos Tsitsopoulos
Curated by Christina Mitrentse Projects
These words mentioned in Shakespeare Henry IV are dealing with the past as Theatrical Time, in the same way as Beckett's Endgame and Rockaby. Multi media artist Filippos Tsitsopoulos will perform at the Horse Hospital fragments from the plays "End of the game," Rockabyand Gaspar / Kaspar of Peter Handke, acting in this extraordinary performance under masks with fruits, vegetables, fish and meat, covering his entire face and body. A video installation in three channels will be presenting along the stage. Filippos Tsitsopoulos is a Greek artist who works with interactive theatre, video art, installation and painiting to explore the limits of performance since 1990. His diverse practice engages the audience/participant to a system that includes theatre as a catalyst in our daily life. His video installations and performances have been exhibited in a numerous art fairs and events worldwide including; The Serpentine Gallery, FACT Liverpool, The Bluecoat, Frieze Art Fair, AlteNationalgalerie Berlin, Tate Modern, Toynbee Studios -Artsadmin, in CGAC de Santiago de Compostela, and Chelsea Theatre London.
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The Light & Shadow Salon is a place for artists, writers and audience to meet and share ideas about the past, present and future of the moving image in all its forms.
The Salon is a place for exchange, interaction and cross-pollination and it welcomes active contributions and interventions from all its participants.
The Salon endeavours to support a structured and informed dialogue around film, the moving image and all that it involves: from magic to science, from sound to the eye, from ritualism to storytelling, from myth-making to hypnosis.
The Salon intends to act as a temporary and ephemeral container for all the work, ideas and people with an independent, radical and idiosyncratic nature, who renounce to find a home in existing movements/institutions but rather embrace the nomadic and transitory nature of art.
The Salon supports individual thought, inquisitive minds and a desire to further knowledge through dialogue and exchange.
‘So when you hear yourself invited to ‘see’, it is not the sight of this eye (of the flesh) that I would have you think about. You have another eye within, much clearer that that one, an eye that looks at the past, the present, and the future all at once, which sheds the light and keenness of its vision over all things, which penetrates things hidden and searches into complexities, needing no other light by which to see all this, but seeing by the light that it possesses itself.’ (Hugh of St Victor)