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“Creating, in other words, for me means letting go. Easier said than done. Relinquishing the possibility of getting something just right is, in many ways, a small encounter with one’s own demise, the death of an idea or a dream. There’s another paradox (they’re everywhere in this game): death as an urgent creative impulse.” Nando Messias […]


  • October 16, 2016

In June 2016 Brink celebrated one year of independent postgraduate research as part of the MA/MFA Performance Practice as Research at Central. “When you and I take a risk and meet in the space between, what is revealed? What emerges? Sensuality? Style? Polyphonic voices? “Uniqueness”? Intimacy? Violence? Release? … Or, nothing but an awkward silence? “ D.A.R.C. […]


  • September 20, 2016

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  • January 10, 2016

  A limited edition of unique twenty 45 rpm record sleeves for the single by musician Meiryl Jones ‘how to recognise a work of art’ on side A and ‘all is equal in love’ in side B. The Concept aims at reinventing the music sleeve by matching each vinyl to an original drawing, everyone of […]


  • November 23, 2015

Promotional photography by Manuel Vason, for Hussein Chalayan’s ‘Gravity Fatigue’. Sadlers Wells, London: 2015  


  • October 28, 2015

Flying Solo is the debut solo show from actress and writer Manjeet Mann. An early version of the show enjoyed a successful short run at the Camden Fringe Festival last summer, and Flying Solo is being developed from this. “Running keeps me sane, It’s about keeping myself on track, gives me a purpose, gives me a reason to […]


  • September 20, 2015

Promotional Images for SPILL Festival 2015 by DARC Artists, 2015 SPILL Festival of Performance commissioned the DARC artists to produce promotional images for their 2015 festival showcase artists. This project marks the beginning of the DARC collectives ventures into documentation for artists by artists.


  • August 25, 2015

Fuel – The Spalding Suite (2015) Presented and produced by Fuel. Conceived by Inua Ellams Directed by Benji Reid Co-commissioned by Southbank Centre and Contact. A new physical theatre show inspired by the UK’s basketball sub-culture. ‘When we were young, we worshipped stars. gleaming long-limbed gods framed in the act of impossible flight, For a time we tried to […]


  • August 18, 2015

  Aaron Williamson – Unlimited | Promotional Photography by Manuel Vason     Unlimited is a new website created by the artist Aaron Williamson.   Following the success of the Unlimited project at the heart of the London 2012 Cultural Olympiad, this three-year project (2014-16) offers commissions to disabled artists to develop, produce and show […]


  • July 1, 2015

“All the artists are copying their fans, darling.” Fan Riot explores the phenomenon of fandom at a time when distinctions between the professional and amateur, the artist and fan are diminishing. It contemplates the ways artist and fans are negotiating these cultural shifts; making way for new expressive languages, and unusual and imaginative forms of […]


  • May 22, 2015

Promotional photography by Manuel Vason for the ‘Have Your Circumstances Changed?’ by Lu Kemp. Artangel, London: 2015


  • May 18, 2015

For four days (19-22 February, 2015) we transformed the Maison Folie in Mons, Belgium into a replica of the infamous East End night-spot Bethnal Green Working Men’s Club. We filled it with gold lamé curtains, sticky carpet and a programme of performance music and film, celebrating the unseen aspects of London culture, the power of […]


  • February 22, 2015

Vibrant Matter/ La Métachorie is inspired from the work of a female French artist of the early 20th century, Valentine de Saint Point. It is a solo piece made, as homage for her contributions in the arts that still remain largely unnoticed. Vibrant Matter/ The Métachorie is a dialogue between Valentine de Saint Point and […]


  • November 22, 2014

  Foxy and Husk, Fox Symphony   Foxy and Husk gather together a medley of strangers in a beautiful and probing contemplation on class, community and the dream of a perfect nation. Using lip-synced stories alongside their trademark song, dance and interactive film, Foxy imagines a portrait of contemporary Britain in an increasingly globalised world. Developed […]


  • November 12, 2014

In the two of us Jon explores themes of love and loss, the resilience of the broken heart and our yearning to heal and love again For Jon John the act of love is one of the last surviving ecstatic rituals in our disposable society. The intense physicality and emotional depth of Jon’s practice has […]


  • November 3, 2014

SPILL Festival of Performance 2014


  • November 2, 2014

If you want to keep your nose the same tilt your head to the right. Mathematical . Violent. Geometrical. Surfaces. Collisions. Thud! Resonances. Confinement. Run. Crawl. Change. Roll. Impossible Tasks. The squeak of the shoe. Anonymous. Prototypes. A fresh start. Nothing is hidden. A SPILL Commission, presented in partnership with DanceEast. Co-produced with Metal. Supported by […]


  • November 1, 2014

She is a shimmering, melancholy angel, flown from Paradise to save him from the suburbs of hell. He an accountant, dreaming of a white Christmas, a little garden and someone to love. She attempts to fly him away from his habits and fears, while he holds on tight to all he knows. Man Booker Prize shortlisted […]


  • September 22, 2014

A woman descends wearing a sumptuous pink satin gown inspired by Christian Dior. The train continues to unfold as she walks filling and dressing the space effortlessly. Evoking nostalgia for a glamorous era long gone. A visual feast to behold. However all is not as it seems to be. Beneath the surface a descent into […]


  • September 22, 2014

  Jo Bannon, A Field of Vision Jo Bannon in collaboration with Manuel Vason. “We don’t see things as they are, we see them as we are.” – Anaïs Nin A Field of Vision is a series of three portraits made in collaboration with people with visual impairments exploring the intricacies of how we look and […]


  • September 12, 2014

Unlimited Festival – Southbank Centre, London   UNLIMITED – Extraordinary new work by disabled artists, 2-7 September 2014.   The Unlimited commissions celebrate the work of disabled artists on an unprecedented scale. In 2013, Shape and Artsadmin were awarded funding by Arts Council England, Creative Scotland and Spirit of 2012 to deliver a new three-year […]


  • September 5, 2014

Splat! – The Famous Lauren Barri Holstein First presented at: Laban, Bonnie Bird Theatre, Creekside London SE8 3DZ Wednesday 14th November 2012 7.30pm www.thefamousomg.com The Famous Lauren Barri Holstein’s latest gigantasaurus spectacularus masterpiece explores how women are often portrayed as victims, and how that’s like really cool, because like people really don’t realize how much […]


  • November 14, 2012

Empress Stah in Space More info HERE 02/11/2012, 03/11/2012 Empress Stah in Space is part of an ongoing project with a long-term ambition; to create a performance in outer space. As part of this research, Empress Stah has floated in ‘Zero Gravity’ and made a film as ‘The Stah Ship Trooper,’ strutting her stuff in the […]


  • October 12, 2012

  Access All Areas: Live Art and Disability Eds. Lois Keidan and CJ Mitchell Access All Areas is a combination of artists’ writings, creative dialogues, critical commentaries and DVDs featuring documentation of artists’ presentations and performances spanning 20 years, which reflect the ways in which Live Art has represented issues of disability in inventive and […]


  • October 12, 2011

Ear Cinema is an immersive multi-disciplinary performance project incorporating film, sound diffusion techniques, and live performance. The project aims to activate the live context of watching and listening by transforming the traditional architectures of aural and cinematic reception into sites of immersive experience that are heterogeneous, performative and non-determined. ‘Late Noon Sun’ has been installed and […]


  • September 22, 2009

  Peggy Shaw and Clod Ensemble – MUST (2009)     Must is a poetic look at what it feels like to have a body. It excavates the memories and images contained in the joints and layers of bone. Peggy Shaw is a self-made independent performer, writer, teacher, producer from New York. She co-founded with Lois […]


  • June 12, 2009

Written & Directed: Anna Frisch; Performed: Serena Bobowski, Art Terry (on piano), Yinka Oyewole (on guitar) Music: Art Terry, Yinka Oyewole Filmed & Edited: Chameleoneye Films Filmed @ SHUNT 2009


  • February 22, 2009

Clod Ensemble – Red Ladies (ICA 2008) Red Ladies is an ongoing performance piece featuring a group of identically dressed women. Red Ladies keep an eye on things. They observe. They witness. They gather evidence. They place sites of political importance and key landmarks under surveillance. They watch the watchers. “Brilliantly powerful; at once angry, funny, […]


  • July 12, 2008