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Ebony Patterson's Invisible Presence: Bling Memories on NLS

From NLS (New Local Space)

NLS (New Local Space) in Kingston, Jamaica recently hosted an online discussion with EN MAS’ artist Ebony G. Patterson along with Camille Chedda, Michelle Serieux, Susanne Fredricks, Kemar Hay and moderated by Nicole Smythe-Johnson. The conversation focused on Patterson's work Invisible Presence: Bling Memories, commissioned for EN MAS' and performed in Kingston during the 2014 Carnival season. Produced by NLS.

Ebony Patterson's Invisible Presence: Bling Memories on NLS

From NLS (New Local Space)

NLS (New Local Space) in Kingston, Jamaica recently hosted an online discussion with EN MAS’ artist Ebony G. Patterson along with Camille Chedda, Michelle Serieux, Susanne Fredricks, Kemar Hay and moderated by Nicole Smythe-Johnson. The conversation focused on Patterson's work Invisible Presence: Bling Memories, commissioned for EN MAS' and performed in Kingston during the 2014 Carnival season. Produced by NLS.

Up Hill Down Hall: An Indoor Carnival at Tate Modern, London.

From Tate Modern

On Saturday 23 August, coinciding with the Notting Hill Carnival, Tate Modern presented Up Hill Down Hall: An Indoor Carnival guest curated by Claire Tancons as part of the BMW Tate Live Series. Informed by the history of the Notting Hill Carnival, Up Hill Down Hall presented  Hew Locke's Give and Take in co-production with CAC New Orleans for EN MAS' as well as EN MAS' artist Marlon Griffith against the backdrop of an architectural design by Gia Wolff and a soundscape by Dubmorphology (Gary Stewart and Trevor Mathison).

Up Hill Down Hall: An Indoor Carnival at Tate Modern, London.

From Tate Modern

On Saturday 23 August, coinciding with the Notting Hill Carnival, Tate Modern presented Up Hill Down Hall: An Indoor Carnival guest curated by Claire Tancons as part of the BMW Tate Live Series. Informed by the history of the Notting Hill Carnival, Up Hill Down Hall presented  Hew Locke's Give and Take in co-production with CAC New Orleans for EN MAS' as well as EN MAS' artist Marlon Griffith against the backdrop of an architectural design by Gia Wolff and a soundscape by Dubmorphology (Gary Stewart and Trevor Mathison).

Ebony Patterson, Invisible Presence: Bling Memories

From Serieux Cinema / Michelle Serieux

On April 27, 2014, EN MAS' artist Ebony Patterson orchestrated the performance Invisible Presence: Bling Memories in the streets of Kingston, Jamaica. Invisible Presence: Bling Memories seeks in insert, assert, and interrupt the space of the visible with that of the invisible. Film directed and edited by Serieux Cinema / Michelle Serieux.

Ebony Patterson, Invisible Presence: Bling Memories

From Serieux Cinema / Michelle Serieux

On April 27, 2014, EN MAS' artist Ebony Patterson orchestrated the performance Invisible Presence: Bling Memories in the streets of Kingston, Jamaica. Invisible Presence: Bling Memories seeks in insert, assert, and interrupt the space of the visible with that of the invisible. Film directed and edited by Serieux Cinema / Michelle Serieux.

Charles Campbell's Actor Boy: Fractal Engagement on NLS

From NLS (New Local Space) and Creative Sounds Ltd.

The Kingston, Jamaica-based arts organization NLS (New Local Space) recently hosted an online discussion with EN MAS’ curators Krista Thompson and Claire Tancons, participating artist Charles Campbell, collaborating artist Kemar Black, and public participant Natasha Levy. The discussion, moderated by Nicole Smythe-Johnson, revolves around the undertaking of the ambitious, interactive performance piece Actor Boy: Fractal Engagement, which was a groundbreaking endeavor for Campbell’s artistic practice. Produced by NLS and Creative Sounds Ltd.

Charles Campbell's Actor Boy: Fractal Engagement on NLS

From NLS (New Local Space) and Creative Sounds Ltd.

The Kingston, Jamaica-based arts organization NLS (New Local Space) recently hosted an online discussion with EN MAS’ curators Krista Thompson and Claire Tancons, participating artist Charles Campbell, collaborating artist Kemar Black, and public participant Natasha Levy. The discussion, moderated by Nicole Smythe-Johnson, revolves around the undertaking of the ambitious, interactive performance piece Actor Boy: Fractal Engagement, which was a groundbreaking endeavor for Campbell’s artistic practice. Produced by NLS and Creative Sounds Ltd.

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