Mobile Meadow Seedling Walk
The Mobile Meadow Seedling Walk began from two locations;
The Mobile Gardeners Park and Siobhan Davies Studios on the 29th June 2014.
For three months the Meadow has been quietly growing in pots and beds in and around Elephant & Castle.
As the plants came into flower, Movement Artist Simon Whitehead and Guerrilla Gardener Richard Reynolds invited participants to take a silent choreographed walk with them to 'Mobilise the Meadow'. En-route they planted a Guerrilla Meadow in the heart of Elephant & Castle.
This walk was part of 'Human Nature: Art, horticulture & choreography across the growing season' curated by Alison Proctor and Vicky Long.
Manual at Turner Contemporary, 2014
A live work by choreographer Siobhan Davies, made with solo dance artist, Helka Kaski, 8-11 May 2014 at Turner Contemporary.
Kaski invites audience members to help her carry out a familiar action by giving her a series of verbal instructions, for example standing up from a lying-down position. As they work together to complete the task, it becomes clear that what at first may appear easy, is actually complex and extraordinary, often causing amusement and bemusement.
Film by Mark Castro and Max Philo
Mobile Meadow - Seeding Event
This was The Mobile Meadow seeding event, held at Siobhan Davies Studios and the Mobile Gardener's Park with Richard Reynolds on the 29 &30 March 2014.
There is still an opportunity to plant more wildflowers, so please get in touch with Robyn at Siobhan Davies Dance on firstname.lastname@example.org
Table of Contents at the ICA London
Table of Contents: A live installation exploring memory and presence of movement, co-created by Siobhan Davies, Andrea Buckley, Helka Kaski, Rachel Krische, Charlie Morrissey and Matthias Sperling.
Six artists perform a total of sixteen overlapping sections for up to six hours a day.
Parallel Voice 2010
Thursday 18 March 2010
Carsten Nicolai, Blixa Bargeld, Cosey Fanni Tutti, Chris Carter and Ben Borthwick (moderator)
A group of artists, who started their careers in the 1970s and 1980s and work simultaneously in different artistic genres, discuss their experiences, focusing on music, poetry and the visual arts.
Parallel Voices, 2007. The Imperfect Body
The Imperfect Body, Challenging the culture of beauty. This event took place at Siobhan Davies Studios on Thursday 1st March 2007. Pictured in the footage: Jonathan Burrows, Tim Etchells, Adrian Heathfield and Kate McIntosh.
Parallel Voices, 2007. Why Patterns?
Why Patterns?, Standing up for the abstract in a post-modern world. This took place at Siobhan Davies Studios on Thursday 15th March 2007. Pictured in the footage: Jonathan Burrows, Siobhan Davies and Matteo Fargion.