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) + (= a 0 presents Triptych: it is time that prints on wax..., a multi-layered triptych work interlinking exhibition and performance. Where silence is visualized, scripted, punctuated, juxtaposed and embodied and highest concentration is given to the spherical nature of micro spaces and rhythms, an all-embracing ephemeral sculpture emerges, archetypal in nature, metamorphic in structure.... Like a triptych altar piece, consisting of one centre and two side panels ... space and time are conceived in triptych form, it is time that prints on wax... expresses the sublime feeling of infinity in art, science and nature. It is a matrix for solitude.
The installation interlinking an audio visual art environment by Anthony J. Faulder-Mawson and a choreographic memory theatre by Ursula Mawson-Raffalt corresponds with silence, chance and geometry and draws inspiration from ancient memory systems. Highlighting different variations, layering multiple actions and disciplines, its compositional tasks and architectural settings, and featuring a special and diverse group of individuals, this constantly evolving body of work resides on the borders between the performing arts and visual art.
.... A groundbreaking work that offers new reflections on the pathways between visual art, media, music, theatre, philosophy, text and dance, pioneering new ways of production and presentation...
Known for the avant-garde nature of their work and for their artistic integrity, Ursula Mawson-Raffalt and Anthony J. Faulder-Mawson‘s artistic language is a unique one, which does not simply reflect current artistic trends. They invent means to layer their independent works to form a third entity which is somehow greater than the sum of its parts.
Concept, Creation, Artistic Direction & Production is by ) + ( = a 0 (International Platform for Innovation in the Arts; performance embodiment: Duncan Keegan, James Tyson, Adrian Ciglenean & Ursula Mawson-Raffalt. Satellite Performance Inza Lim & costumes by Elena Scelzi.
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