Live event with film, phonographs and voice on 30 August 2013 in Brighton, UK at the Nightingale Theatre.
Recordings on wax cylinder made by Aleksander Kolkowski
Event organised by Katy Price
Sound at event and video documentation by Drew Milne
Score / Typestract
A film for live performance as part of “SPEECH ACTS, 1” curated by Caroline Bergvall in the Judith E. Wilson Drama Studio, Cambridge. 8th November, 2012. (With thanks to the BFI Archive for use of the refashioned, Lace, 1930). With thanks to Drew Milne for documentation and to Jeremy Hardingham for sound interventions.
Redell Olsen from “How Should I Remember For To You….”
October 5th 2012
A performance in The Clore Gallery as part of ‘Bodies of Memory’ directed by Fiona Templeton.
The Lost Swimming Pool (London, June 2010) was a site-specific Installation and performance (for Esther Williams and the Lost Olympics; and for Jane Holloway and Elizabeth Jesser Reid). In part an homage to Esther Williams who would have represented the US as a swimmer in the 1940 Summer Games had they not been cancelled, and an examination of women’s physical education at the moments of the founding of Bedford and Royal Holloway Colleges.
Project conceived and directed by Redell Olsen in collaboration with Libby Worth, Gillian Wylde, Ruth Livesey, and Drew Milne.
Text: Redell Olsen
Film Footage: Gillian Wylde and Redell Olsen
Film Editing: Gillian Wylde
Choreography: Libby Worth in collaboration with Gillian Wylde, Ruth Livesey, Redell Olsen and Seymour Synchro Swim School.
Research and Found Material: Ruth Livesey
Sound: Drew Milne