Sylvia Hallett

Sunday 22 January | Twofold + one
An evening of performance and film with Eva Karczag, Gaby Agis, Sylvia Hallett and Helen Poynor.

Gaby Agis and Eva Karczag have been exploring an on-going dialog in their duet Slapping Legs and Stepping Out through a number of meetings and performances. This is the latest reiteration.

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Sylvia Hallett and Eva Karczag have worked together, with visual artist Chris Crickmay, as part of the Promenade trio, but this is the first time they meet as a duet within performance

In Memoriam - a film by Helen Poynor and Annie Pfingst
A lone dancer traverses intimate landscapes of desolation and loss, passing from autumn to the depths of winter. Filmed over three seasons in Blackbury Camp, in the East Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
The most recent work in an ongoing collaboration between movement artist Helen Poynor and visual artist Annie Pfingst which includes site-specific performances and installations in Australia, Java and the UK.

Biography

Sylvia Hallett works both as a composer and as an improviser, playing in many international festivals since the late 1970s, with musicians such as Lol Coxhill, David Toop, Clive Bell, Evan Parker, Anna Homler, and plays with The London Improvisers Orchestra. She has toured with the Young Vic and The Royal Shakespeare Company, composed music for many BBC Radio dramas, and has worked with dancer/choreographers h2dance (Hanna Gillgren and Heidi Rustgaard), Miranda Tufnell, Emilyn Claid, Jacky Lansley, Eva Karczag and Chris Crickmay, and Suffolk-based Wonderful Beast theatre. Recent work includes “Pneuma”, a collaboration with Miranda Tufnell and David Ward, and h2dance's “Staging Ages” working with performers between 9 and 65.