Jordan Muscatello (double bass)
Nuno Viega (electronics)
Tomas Tronich (alto saxophone)
Special guest : Kate Smith (voice, movement)
Improvisation session in 2 parts
Doors 7:30 | music 8pm | entry £5
What is it- this thing, this flesh, this cabin of our consciousness, this sailboat of our soul?
The body: we stuff it, starve it, expose it, cover it, excite it, drug it, destroy it. It is the source of our lust, and its object. It sates and is sated. It is the house of our appetites. In the body is our idea of pleasure.
And our idea of pain. It smells, it swells, it stretches, it sags, it decays. It will never again be what it was before. It is our personal metaphor of time- and death.
(in Granta 39)
Nuno Veiga is a multidisciplinary artist based in London whose practice includes sound art, acting, theater direction, video art, installations, teaching and arts facilitation.As a sound improviser he is developing his own solo projects and collaborating on other improvisation-based projects such as NoiD, Cojones Spirituales, SKRONK, Ar|ra and Fuck Popopx 2.
Thomas Tronich plays saxophone with Apocalypse Jazz Unit.
Jordan Muscatello is a double bassist heavily involved in the London improvised music scene.
Kate Smith is a singer, performer and producer from the United States. She earned her Bachelors of Arts in Film Theory from Columbia University, and studied Mandarin at Tsinghua University in Beijing, China. She is passionate about embracing the voice and body as a versatile tool for authentic expression. She currently leads THAT! Ensemble