A very special guest post by my hubby Robin Rimbaud (aka Scanner) on the forthcoming film screening of ‘Tony Conrad: Completely in the Present’ at Tate Modern on Friday 14 October 2016 and an interview with the director Tyler Hubby.
“A long time ago, beyond seven mountains, beyond seven forests” there lay the English town of Corby. Just on the outskirts of the town one can find a little tranquil green haven made up from two little woods that used to be part of the ancient and bigger woods of Rockingham Forest, once the royal hunting grounds for King William I. From 1 August till 31 October, you can experience a magical moment whilst visiting the Fermynwoods Contemporary Art exhibition ‘Beyond Seven Mountains’ in these old Corby woodlands.
I’m briefly back in the Netherlands to attend the premiere of Fresas, the latest dance production by Dutch National Ballet scored by my hubby, also known as Robin Rimbaud (artist name Scanner). In this interview Robin speaks about the importance of art and the process of writing dance scores.
As the days are getting colder and shorter, I’m already anxiously awaiting those long summer days again. It reminds me of my trip to Umeå in the north of Sweden earlier this year where night time only lasted from 3am till 6am!
Coinciding with East London’s First art Thursday of the month, here is my personal art round-up of January 2015. I visit many more exhibitions and see more films than I review on my blog, but I sadly don’t have the time to write about all of them. However, since I am a shortlisted finalist for the UK …