Triadic Disturbances

'3 artists re-locate the Mistral in east London'

Annie Morrad - sound
Emma Osbourn - visuals
Beatriz Cantinho - movement

5-11 April 2014
an exhibition organised by AND in association with the artist

Exhibition opening times Monday to Sunday 12noon - 7pm or by appointment
AND eventSpace • 10 Back Church Lane, London E1 1LX • t: 020 7481 9053 • e: info@and.org.ukwww.and.org.uk
AM • e: morrad@lincoln.ac.uk • website: annie-morrad.squarespace.com


Triadic Disturbances

'3 artists re-locate the Mistral in east London'

This work is a experimentation based around the ‘mischievous wind’, an artwork carried out by three artists: Annie Morrad - sound — Emma Osbourn - visuals — Beatriz Cantinho - movement — in Southern France in July 2013.

The ‘famed’ Mistral is used here as a metaphor for those unseen forces that have an effect on our lives; structures in society, governments, laws, culture and history.

'We found starting points for collaboration though a process of improvisation. In this sense our collaborative practice is as much about collisions and differences as it is about agreement or compromise. By using improvisation in this way, we created "moments", or perhaps we can call them "intensities", that were constantly changing and never repeated.’

The exhibition is a six-day ongoing improvisation in sound, image and movement. The sound is saxophone, the image is film and the movement is only perceived through wireless headphones worn by the audience (who can pop down the shops or go for a walk whilst "perceiving"). The work is a response to a location based on the metaphoric concept. Through re- location of the work into a variety of spaces and through invisible form new responses are created by free improvisation.

Workshops and talks

Monday April 7th
Talks 12.00hrs - ongoing
Tuesday April 8th
Artists workshops (6 places)
10.00hrs - 12.00hrs and 14.00hrs - 16.00hrs
Wednesday April 9th
Artist workshops (6 places)
10.00hrs - 12.00hrs and 14.00hrs - 16.00hrs

Please contact Annie Morrad to book in to one of the four workshops.

Note: workshops and talks are free - register early.