New York based composer and artist Aki Onda
presents a five hour durational performance across the SLG’s Clore
Studio and Orozco Garden, exploring the interplay between acoustic,
architectural, and emotional relationships within the spaces.
Performing with analog equipment such as radios, tape recorders and
slide projectors, alongside found objects, Onda arranges and
rearranges the tools and objects, composing the aural and visual as
a total environment. No virtuosity, no climax.
Supported by The Great Britain Sasakawa
In association with The Wire
ft. Naohiro Ukawa + Lighting Aiba
In partnership with Red Bull Music Academy
Initially creating a buzz with several esoteric YouTube videos, Rezzett have gone on to release 4 acclaimed records on Will Bankhead’s The Trilogy Tapes, a cassette documenting their live soundtrack to Cav Empt’s SS15 show in Tokyo, and provided 2 remixes for Omar Souleyman on the newly founded record label from Palace Skateboards. The duo present a live experience that matches the raw euphoria of their recorded sound.
For this performance, they’re joined by artists Ukawa and Aiba, who cut through to the dark energy of their live sound with lights and visuals. This performance is the latest in a series presented by Thirty Three Thirty Three in partnership with South London Gallery, highlighting exploratory intermedia performances and innovative collaborations.
Silver Mouth Of The One Called Ukurunku: An Illustrated Artist Talk
Ahead of her live performance of Dissolution Of The Sovereign at the South London Gallery on 29 Oct, Elysia Crampton presents an illustrated talk on her practice, accompanied by examples of her sound and performance works.
Silver Mouth Of The One They Call Ukurunku explores the legacy of indigenous trans and queer history in her work and life, and how using music as a means of communication has allowed for survival and preservation amidst oppressive hegemonic power structures
A collaborative event between Thirty Three Thirty Three and Janus, a club night and record label founded in Berlin. As part of a series of exploratory intermedia performances and innovative collaborations presented by Thirty Three Thirty Three in partnership with the South London Gallery.
Dissolution of The Sovereign:
A Time Slide Into The Future
Bolivian-American producer, sound artist and conceptual collagist Elysia Crampton presents the UK debut of her audiovisual play Dissolution of The Sovereign: A Time Slide Into The Future.
Elysia’s music is an ambitious confluence of ideas, synthesising multiple underrepresented histories, geographies, musical genres and cultural signifiers into addictively colourful sonic material that packs contemporaneous dancefloor weight. Following last year’s American Drift EP on Blueberry Records, her newest work, Elysia Crampton presents: Demon City arrived on Break World this summer: a concept album that works as an epic poem with guest appearances from Chino Amobi, Why Be, Rabit and Lexxi. Dissolution of The Sovereign: A Time Slide Into The Future is the live performance which accompanies this release - bridging Aymara oral history tradition/theatre legacy with Elysia’s own trans-femme abolitionist grasp of futurity.
A collaborative event between Thirty Three Thirty Three and Janus, a club night and record label founded in Berlin. It will be the fourth in a series of exploratory intermedia performances and innovative collaborations presented by Thirty Three Thirty Three in partnership with the South London Gallery.
+ Michael Speers