Jason Hirons of Driftingspace gave a paper during the recent Transforming Moments conference at the University of Kent on 15-16th January. The conference dealt with notions of Dissonance, Liminality and Action as Learning Experiences. Hirons talked about how Driftingspace offers moments of transformative learning through their critical practice consisting of performance, lectures etc. Find more information about the conference here.
Driftingspace, Mount Wise Shoot As announced earlier Bureau Doove is happy to be part of the upcoming first Plymouth Art Weekender, presenting work by Alison Ballard, Mike Blow and Driftingspace (Sally Hall and Jason Hirons) at the wonderful Devonport Guildhall. The tactile sound sculpture POD (2009) by Alison Ballard and Mike Blow consists of two giant blue inflatables. The speakers inside of these hum and vibrate with pulsing low-frequency sound. Audience members are encouraged to place hands and ears on the inflatable to feel and hear the sounds coming from within. POD… Read More
We were so excited about it that we were a bit too quick with posting the link to the Plymouth Art Weekender website but it is live now. It very much looks like Plymouth is the place to be end of September so start booking your travel. http://www.plymouthartweekender.com/ _______________________________________________________________ We will happily tell you what the sentence in the green means when you support Bureau Doove after clicking this work by Stefaan QUIX
Very pleased to be part of the first Plymouth Art Weekender on Friday 25 and Saturday 26 September 2015. We will present the installation Pod by Mike BLOW and Alison BALLARD; and films by DRIFTINGSPACE in the gorgeous Devonport Guildhall. More details to follow soon but find our dedicated event page already here.