7 December, 6:00pm Music Composition as Interdisciplinary Practice, Sounds Between Ivy Arts Centre Main Theatre, University of Surrey, Guildford, UK (sweet-ERROR: miku) is the prototype for a new project by squib-box, exploring questions of body image in the digital realm. It stars jarringly oppositional characters that are mashed together into a syncretic melting pot of a J-pop inspired family-friendly stadium rock […]
squib-box, in partnership with Hackney Classical present a series of concerts interrogating the fundaments of human existence. COMEDY //// 21st April//// 730PM FOOD //// 24th February //// 730PM SEX /// 24th March COMEDY /// 21st April POLITICS /// 19th May THE AFTERLIFE /// 23rd June DEATH /// 21st July
New Music-Theatre Written and Directed by Neil Luck Performed by ARCO Herakles! Is a new piece of music-theatre drawing on an eclectic range of influences from contemporary classical music, concrete poetry, slapstick comedy, free improvisation, Kabuki theatre and Broadway showstoppers, filtered through the highly idiosyncratic and avant-garde texts of Richard Foreman.
Saturday, April 6, 2013, 11:00-16:00 The Hepworth Wakefield Gallery Walk Wakefield, West Yorkshire WF1 5AW CURIOUS NOISES squib-box will be layering sounds to create ear-opening audio-collages. Visitors will also be encouraged to make their own compositions using the potential of their bodies and everyday objects. FREE
Tuesday, August 2, 2011, 10:00pm San Leonardo De Siete Fuentes Santulussurgiu, Oristano Sardinia squib-box presents Shadow Prophets, a new collaborative opera composed by Adam de la Cour, Neil Luck and Federico Reuben and featuring a libretto by Matthew Lee Knowles. Shadow Prophets was commissioned by Associazione Culturale Heuristic for the Miniere Sonore Festival 2011. In a […]
Tuesday, May 31, 2011, 10.15pm Republique, Festivalcafé Østerfælled Torv 37 DK-2100 Copenhagen Ø FREE ENTRY squib-box presents Hendrix Meets Handel at the Athelas New Music Festival in Copenhagen, Denmark. This show will be a version of Too Hot to Handel Too, presented last November at The Handel House Museum.
On Sunday the 20th of March, ARCO will perform a set of new pieces as part of Raised Curtain at the Theatre Royal Wakefield. The event is curated by the brand new Hepworth Wakefield gallery and will be conducted in the form of a guided tour of the ‘hidden’ spaces of the theatre. New pieces […]
The Future is Now: Media Arts, Performance and Identity after Nam June Paik TATE Liverpool Friday 18 February 2011, 10.00–17.00 squib-box, alongside cellist Anton Lukoszevieze re-animate and re-imagine iconic Paik pieces and performances alongside works by other Fluxus artists and pieces inspired by Paik. Works revisited include One for Solo Violin, Random Access, Pop Sonata […]
On the evenings of January the 21st and 22nd, the artist led organization/net label squib-box will be hosting an official launch weekend at the Old Deptford Police Station. This mini-festival will include a manic mix of performances, interventions, improvisations, films, bar brawls and party games reflecting squib-box‘s ethos that avant-garde performance is not tied to […]
Thursday, November 11, 2010, 6.30pm Handel House Museum 25 Brook Street London W1K 4HB The Handel House Museum is located on the upper floors of 25 and 23 Brook Street. 25 Brook Street was the residence of George Frideric Handel between 1723 and 1759 and 23 Brook Street was the home to rock legend Jimi […]
On October the 30th, squib-box collaborate with Choreographer Athina Vahlar and Dance Scientist Emma Redding, Mary Ann Huslak, Susan Sentler and Sarah Chin on a new performance piece for the annual IADMS (International Association for Dance Medicine & Science) conference in Birmingham, UK.
Tuesday, June 1, 2010, 8.00pm Cafe OTO, 22 Ashwin Street, Dalston, London Mowgli is a quintet of improvisers/composers abandoned at childhood and raised by apes. Tonight they perform an improvised set of feral romanticism and carnal desire. “Shere Kharnage” R.Kipling
Friday, May 28, 2010, 7.00pmSchott Music, 48 Great Marlborough Street, London Libra Duo, Mark Knoop (Piano) and Carl Rosman (Clarinet/Voice), present a true curio – two rarely-performed sonatas for clarinet and piano alongside the world premier of Adam de la Cour‘s L’Exorcisme du Mômo, based on Antonin Artaud’s radio play Pour en finir avec le […]