signalraum – brighton

signalraum für klang und kunst

Ellen Southern

is a London-based singer, visual artist and composer. Her work inhabits the multi-faceted terrain of the voice, and seeks points of connection between the past and present through vocal scores and live performance. She is currently exploring polyphonic vocal techniques and spatially arranged voices.

Cloé Turpin

is an interdisciplinary, French and Canadian artist. She studied visual art in Uqàm, Montréal (Canada) and performance at the University of Brighton (United Kingdom). Her work encompasses video, installation, music, performance and theatrical concerns. Projects re-enact and re-imagine real and historical figures and have been exhibited at the Art Mûr gallery and Galerie de l’Uqàm, Montréal (Canada), the De La Warr Pavilion, Bexhill-on-Sea and The Basement, Brighton (United Kingdom).

Ulysses Black

is a performer and theorist with a background and particular interest in ritual. His current work specifically focuses on the structures and processes involved within ritual, with an emphasis on the effects these have on the ritual participant.

Consuelo Guijarro Rincon

is a performer and visual artist who lives and works in London. She completed a Masters in Performance and Visual Practices at the University of Brighton, UK in 2012. Previously she completed a BA Fine Art in Madrid and was a guest student of the program Intermediales Gestalten at the Staatliche Akademie der Bildenden Künste, Stuttgart in 2010. Her projects consist of performed interventions, which draw on relational patterns and narrative structures. Consuelo has shown her work in Spain, the UK and Germany.

Hollie Lewis

is a performance maker and collector of clichés.  She abstracts these expressions from the language of the everyday and places them onto the body in order to reveal their performativity. Drawing on a background in contemporary dance and theatre Hollie creates performances which explore the relation between dance and language. She is currently studying at the University of Brighton completing a master’s degree in Performance and Visual Practices.

Harriet Rose Lambert

is a London and Brighton based performance artist. She completed a BA Contemporary Dance at Roehampton University in 2010 and is currently studying Performance and Visual Practices at the University of Brighton. Her practice revolves around the everyday, observing how we move and interact within familiar spaces. Harriet reinterprets the insignificant to create interactive work which invites the viewer to re-connect with the ordinary.

Clare Whistler is a site-specific collaborative artist making work about biodiversity and treasuring beauty in the natural world. She has spent the last 35 years working professionally as a director, performer, choreographer and educator in Toronto, New York, San Francisco and the UK.