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Industrialising Intimacy – Tour announced

Industrialising Intimacy is the brainchild of established vocal artist Elaine Mitchener in collaboration with award-winning choreographer Dam Van Huynh, pioneer of computer music – composer George Lewis and renowned sound artist, writer and musician David Toop.

Industrialising Intimacy is the fruit of this unique collaboration, using vocal improvisation, movement and sound to create an original work of contemporary music theatre. Wavering between observer and partaker, the audience is invited to share Mitchener’s exploration of the many facets of intimacy. The performer investigates the loss of privacy in our society versus the strength of true intimacy in the search for one’s centeredness.

Supported by Sound and Music and using public funding by Arts Council England. With further support from OCM and Centre 151.

Tour dates:
29 November 2015 – Brighton Dome, Brighton – earsthetic
3 December 2015 – Bluecoat, Liverpool
18 February 2016 – Anselm Studio, Canterbury Christ Church University – Sounds New series
14 May 2016 – Rich Mix, London
9 June 2016 – The Old Fire Station, Oxford – OCM

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