Show: "Out of Frame" - Disruptive Tech Online at Philadelphia Tech Week

The exhibition will be live on April 28 until 7th May.

The full Trilogy of Painful Changes is being shown as part of OUT OF FRAME / Philadelphia Tech Week. The Trilogy of Painful Changes tells the story of three different experiences of difficult or hard to accept transformations and paradigm shifts.

Evacuation Drill

Helicopter Ballet

Camberwell Arts Archive

For Camberwell Arts’ 20th birthday, Caspar Below founded the Camberwell Arts archive to document the history of the grassroots arts organisation through artefacts, photos, documents and oral history recordings. The archive is being deposited at Lambeth and Southwark Archives. The five year collective project aims to provide a record, but also a narrative of the artist-led annual alternative art festival, with its tradition of DIY culture, audience participation and using local businesses as venues.

Self-evacuation for Londoners

Performance lecture and workshop on how to self-manage your evacuation during urban disasters

Route to work for Bugle Bike and Vuvuzela, Commuter Audio Algorithm

Graphic notation and performance instructions to generate a unique piece of music on commuting, by translating encounters, situations and emotions into an unpredictable sequence of notes. This is part of series of graphical notation pieces, capturing algorithms to generate melodies for everyday situations. “Route to work for Bugle Bike and Vuvuzela” was awarded a special commendation by London Sinfonietta and considered, alas ultimately rejected, for a live performance.

The Drowning of Bad Advice

In 2009 I ran a number of events (“I Told You So”) for participants to deposit bad pieces of advice they had received at some point, and which they’d like to rid themselves of. I offered the a service to receive this piece of advice from them, but also offered the additional service of symbolically dispatching the bad advice through a ritual of their choice. The drowning was one such ritual, which took place after a group walk with some of the participants who had volunteered their bad advice.


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