performance art


What the Font? Music and Type, Late Night @ The V&A
Typographers of wide reknown, Dalton Maag took up residence at the Victoria & Albert museum’s ‘Friday Late – What the Font’ event, a curated evening of workshops, talks and music. Dalton Maag’s resident DJ ‘Thee Hausfly’ played an eclectic mix of ambient and electronic tunes with an intertwining of vocals from ‘Lady K’ aka Krysia Mansfield. This music ran alongside a projection installation featuring large letterforms of varying styles that reacted to the music. A typeface- music mash up where letters pulsed to the beat and
font responded to pitch

what the font? v&a

Sonic Boom/Mountains to Sand Conway Confidential at Conway Hall collaboration of song & stone, with Will Davis guitar, harmonica, vocals, Krysia Mansfield vocals, harmonica, stones, inspired by & featuring the Stone Heads sculpted by Yulia Podolska with visual art from Nicholas Archer

Sonic Boom     Sonic Boom

Life Model/The Art Class for the Coastal Currents Festival (The Beacon)
directed by Krysia Mansfield, with Ben White on guitar, Robert Freedman on double bass and the audience drawing during the performance

Body/Yves Klein – Bleu at Colchester Festival & Kings Place (Theatre Nomad)
directed by Luke Dixon

Site-specific solo performance piece amongst the terraced house ruins in Foundation Park directed by Roland Peelman, The Song Company for Australia Day “Celebrations” at
The Rocks, Sydney

Revolution by Public Transport collaboration with Flipside Theatre Co and 3rd year students from UWS Nepean based on Augusto Boal’s Invisible Theatre
and Theatre of the Oppressed

Journey to the Core installation at the Performance Space, UWS Nepean with Zen Babies/ Helen Dowling, involving construction of a spiral walkway in which actors/musicians interacted with audience/participants as they traveled to ‘the core of stillness’