These works by Helen Cammock interweave women’s stories of loss and resilience with 17th Century Baroque music by female composers, exploring lament in women’s lives across histories and geographies.
Daniel Jenatsch is an artist, composer, musician and performer. He is a member of music group, Sky Needle, and performance art collective, New Forms of Life.
His works have been featured in Matthew Barney and Jonathan Beplers’ River of Fundament; KimSooja’s Thread Routes; Kunstenfestivaldesarts; Something Raw Festival, Amsterdam; NAISA; HKW, Berlin; the Athens Biennale; Multifon, Frankfurt; and Megapolis, New York.
Recent works include music for Atlanta Eke’s Body of Work (winner of the 2014 Keir Choreographic Award); The blind Cannot Discern Colour, performed at MCA Artbar; Natural Mysteries, in collaboration with the Brussels Museum of Natural Science and New Forms of Life, Kunstenfestivaldesarts; and composition for Irina Müllers’ In a Lightscape.