EARLY IMPROVISATIONAL WORKS

 

SALL

Performed at Mørke Dage Post Event at TAPE, Aarhus (2016)

Darkness. Blackness. Womanhood. Manhood. Child-hood. I got to discover another facet, a more natural facet of the unknown, the obscure, of the dark with Sall. My beloved Sall. She showed me how not to fear it (the dark), how to co-exist in its force, how to dwell in its bed, how to kiss its indigo nights, how to see myself in that mirror, how to lose myself in pain and return more alive, how to embody the sorrow in and out and the madness. Madness. That I comprehend barefoot in the forest where insanity came aligned with rain drops, the green of the leaves, the brown of the dry moss. I shouted in the ocean expunging all the anger I had in my throat keeping me from voicing. I shouted again crying all the rage out celebrating in the ocean, hoping that the birds will understand my song. This interactive performance seeks to initiate the audience into exploring artistic expressions relating darkness, surrealism, imaginary universes, the relation between machine and human being, human emotions and reactions, human madness, embodied pain and meltdown.

Follow two bodies around in the city in their mutual CONNECTION. and experience a relation formed, developed and ended. This is the first series of Pre-Events for ENDINGS. Festival in Aalborg 2016 Performers: Sall Lam Toro (PT/DK) & Kamilla Mez (DK)

Video by Arvydas Gasparavicius

Croquis Writing is an invented practice coined by Experiri that emmerged from an experiment last year in a peepshop. It borrows the same observational nature from croquis drawing however, instead of drawing, one writes what one is capturing in different forms: prose, poetry, short-story, free-text, personal ramblings etc.

A video by four Media Arts Cultures students: Hadas from Israel, Khatia from Georgia, Melanie from Germany and Olga from Russia. Performer Sall Lam Toro "The Recording of the Self" is an artistic research project that examines how recording of the performance of the self can be used as a method for self-reflection with young people (22-35) in the post digital age.
BLACK/SEA a collaboration with AU2PILOT in an improv sound-dance jam between dark trapping waters