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TYLOR AND VINCENT: SPACE (SHARING)
20 January 22
TYLOR AND VINCENT: SPACE
We are Tylor and Vincent and we’ve got arts council money to create our own space (COMMA) so we thought we’d share that space with your space and maybe do a show about space (FULL STOP)
What is space (QUESTION MARK)
Is it outer space (QUESTION MARK)
Is there inner space (QUESTION MARK)
What’s going on (QUESTION MARK)
Maybe there’s space between us (like whats this bit here ___________ (QUESTION MARK))
We wanna be astronaut with you (NO FULL STOP)
(We will be experimenting with live performance for your viewing pleasure in the space and at home)
AND ONLINE (CAPTIONED )
WHEELCHAIR ACCESSIBLE VENUE
Tylor and Vincent are a silent artistic duo created by Danni Spooner and Andrea Spisto. They exist uniquely in each other’s company as a single entity. Our work centers joy and working within our needs, at its core. We are gentle, bold, caring and ridiculous – filling the room with undertones that communicate our viewpoints as neurodivergent, queer, working class, immigrant, artists. We are clear and precise in our nonsense. Our work is interdisciplinary; We use film, performance, voiceover, music, clowning, improvisation, interaction and costume.
Robert Hall – Robert Hall recently graduated from the Digital Arts Computing course at Goldsmiths. Creating a final piece in the middle of lockdown, Rob was forced to explore online ways of making artwork. He worked with a group of Artists in Residence at Arebyte Gallery, to help them curate a series of Live-Streams to replace the public programme that would have been held. Out of this came new ideas around creating content live. After lockdown, Rob started B-Side Live, a company hoping to use these new ideas to help artists and performers not able to perform in person. Rob has since worked with a variety of artists and performers, from five piece bands performing out of a warehouse to dancers and movement artists at Ugly Duck Theatre, mentoring performers in how to best translate their live performance into one that works online.