'Uccica/2012' is the second installation in the VITRINE Project Space's LIVE season and comprises of an installation combining a large painted mural, sound and performance by Edwin Brudis. This new work consists of an experimental live and pre-recorded site-responsive sound work. The artist will spend the first week in the space installing and painting the mural, as part of the live act, and the second week de-installing; this process an integral part of the work. A performance by the artist will take place inside the installation on Thurs 5 April.
Burdis’s practice explores a unique and extravagant fusion between art, music and sub-cultural references. His drawings which he exhibits as a backdrop for his performances and which are sometimes created during the event are part of an on-going compulsion to produce.
VITRINE LIVE - Over eight weeks artists will be invited to produce new live installation works within Vitrine’s unique exhibition space (a 16 meter wide window on the public square, visible 24-hours). For the first time, performance will activate the main gallery, imbedded in a complex framework of images within this unusual exhibition space. Artists are invited to explore the crossovers in their practice between live art and the visual field. Subverting the premise of performance within its traditions as an ephemeral medium, the gallery will become an integral part of the work as an environment, backdrop or prop to the performance. Meanwhile, the square itself becomes an arena for display.
Curated by Alys Williams.
Funded by The Elephant Trust.