DARC is very happy to share some images of the Sick Of The Fringe Festival (17-19 February 2017). This was the first edition of the Festival in London aiming to provide a rich context for artistic work engaged with issues around medicine, mental health and the junction between art and science. We looking forward to […]
“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 […]
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. […]
DARC has been commissioned by the Jewish Music Institute (JMI) to document the tour of their new production Drawing Life. Bringing together a soaring live score with visuals and dramatics, Jocelyn Pook’s Drawing Life tells the story of the Terezin concentration camp – a story of the power of creativity and the resilience of the human […]
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 […]
Promotional photography by Manuel Vason, for Hussein Chalayan’s ‘Gravity Fatigue’. Sadlers Wells, London: 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.
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 […]
Live drawings by Pato Bosich, of Franko B’s latest performance ‘Milk & Blood‘, ArtsAdmin, London: 2015.
A multi-authored, durational critical writing project in response to the 24-hour broadcast of Forced Entertainment’s Quizoola24! at the Millenium Gallery in Sheffield. By Exeunt Magazine, with John Boursnell, Laura Burns, Gareth Damian Martin, Mette Garfield, Debbie Guinnane, Johanna Linsley, Nisha Ramayya, Nik Wakefield, curated by Diana Damian Martin.