‘Outside Inside’ multi media performance production 16th & 30th September Redbrick Building
by on 11.09.2018

The Imaginists at the Red Brick Building, Morland Rd Glastonbury present

Outside:Inside – An immersive art and sound event 

Sunday 16th September and Sunday 30th September 2018

Outside:Inside is inspired by Ogham, an ancient written language whose alphabetical symbols represent sacred trees, where each tree represents a human feeling or attribute. In response Imaginists artists have created number of visual, sonic and performative works which expand on these ideas and reveal new meanings derived from the natural environment.

Outside:Inside opens on both Sundays at 12-2pm to allow visitors to speak to individual Imaginists pre-event, and is followed at 3pm by a one hour immersive performance of video, sound, installation, vocals and instrumentation.

(performance tickets £5 available on the door).

Outside: Inside is part of Somerset Art Weeks 2018 – All are welcome – child friendly!

Who are The Imaginists ?

The Imaginists take their name from a group of Russian freethinkers (1919-1924) and now comprise a collective of artists of various kinds.  With their new Outside:Inside event, the emphasis will be on moving image art, sonic experimentation, musical performance and installation to attempt to create new kinds of art form where image accompanies sound and not vice versa.

Steve Marshall has been a professional film composer for over 30 years and worked in the BBC Radiophonic Workshop. Author of two recent books on Avebury, his particular interests are musical harmonics, surround sound and the acoustics of ancient monuments. For Outside:Inside Steve will be overtone singing and playing the harmonic flute, accompanied by a chorus of synthesised electronic birds.

Bronwen Bradshaw RWA has been a practising Artist in Somerset for many years. Her skills range from etching, teaching, composing, video and sound as well as book binding and installation. She is a member of the Royal West of England Academy and her work is in many collections, both in the UK and abroad.

Emily Burridge is an internationally acclaimed virtuoso cellist, known for her involvement on many recording productions and her innovative approach to performance utilising looping technology with the cello to recreate her compositions live, both as a soloist and in ensembles. Mr Cello regularly takes her on tour and she has pitched up for performances in the Amazon, Chartres Cathedral and the Albert Hall to name but a few amazing places. For Outside:Inside she will be featuring both her new compositions and collaborations with other members of the Imaginists.

Charlotte Humpston trained as a Theatre Designer and Production Designer in film and television. Her artwork has moved on to working in paint, sculpture, moving image and creating installations. She has lived and worked in Somerset for 25 years and continues to find the area hugely inspirational. In 2019 her installation works ‘Exodus & Transformation’, a response to the continuing refugee crisis will be exhibited at Bristol Cathedral UK during Refugee Weeks in June, and afterwards at Grace Cathedral, San Francisco.

Terry Flaxton RWA FRSA has been making moving image art since 1976. He has worked as a cinematographer, academic, writer, editor, producer and director and created many award-winning documentaries for Channel 4 and the BBC – and has lately returned to his first love, making art. His work has featured in over 200 exhibitions here and abroad, at festivals, in museums and galleries and of late the RWA has been displaying his work near their toilets. His video work can be found on Sedition: https://www.seditionart.com/terry-flaxton . He is a member of the Royal West of England Academy.

Lucy Williams is a visual artist working in still photography, collage and digital moving image. She is a curator and producer of many years’ experience, with a specialism in site-specific installation. She has worked extensively in collaboration with a range of artists with her work installed in venues as varied as a mining pithead, a medieval French castle, a decommissioned hospital maternity suite and a very dank church crypt.

Andrew Buchanan has a long track record in theatre, film and television, working on projects as varied as Dr Who, a David Attenborough series, period drama and an Disney Channel. animated children’s show, He now works as a freelance producer and line producer and stage-manages the work of The Imaginists – far easier to work with than actors and animals.







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