Fleeting glance

Salisbury, David (2010) Fleeting glance. [Performance]

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Abstract

A collaborative performance that incorporates poetry, solo instruments, visual art, movement and projected imagery.

Research Statement

Research Background The See Hear Now Festival 2010, April 16 - 18 is three days of cutting-edge multi-arts improvisatory performances, artist talks and workshops, with guests from intra- and interstate, working together with local professional and emerging artists. This is the fourth See Hear Now Festival presented in Townsville by the Music Centre North Queensland.
Research Contribution “Fleeting glance” featured David Salisbury (winds) and Jayne F Keene (performance art poet) with movement artist Teresia Sargent and visual artist Michele Deveze.Projections of interactive camera with fx by Michael Whiticker and Mark Bancroft; Visual artists Michele Deveze & model Teresia Sargent will create a human offset printing effect: the artist paints the models body, as she rolls across the paper/cloth so her body prints onto it; Tom Jefferson will improvise with sand on a lighting box projected on the wall.
Research Significance This type of collaborative performance falls under the category of performance poetry that is poetry that is specifically composed for or during a performance before an audience. During the 1980s, the term came into popular usage to describe poetry written or composed for performance rather than print distribution. The term "performance poetry" originates from an early press release describing the popular 1980s performance poet Hedwig Gorski, whose audio recordings achieved success on spoken word radio programs around the world. The addition of visual artists, movement and projected imagery create a new dimension to this form. The improvisational aspect of the performance is based on response to the narrator’s text.
Item ID: 19438
Item Type: Performance
Media of Output: Online distribution
Date Deposited: 19 Dec 2011 02:07
FoR Codes: 19 STUDIES IN CREATIVE ARTS AND WRITING > 1904 Performing Arts and Creative Writing > 190407 Music Performance @ 100%
SEO Codes: 95 CULTURAL UNDERSTANDING > 9501 Arts and Leisure > 950101 Music @ 100%
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