tomorrow… ‘Saray’

As tomorrow I will be setting up my video and sound installation at the foyer of the RoundHouse, today the day was about making sure everything is working correctly. All the 7TV’s and 4 Dvd players are connected, my computer is burning the last DVD’s to make all the “brain connections” of this art work, for it to be alive again.

The installation will be part of the Accidental Festival from thursday the 19th oF May until sunday the 22nd.



“For me this was Beckett – a blind man as metaphor for the human condition, struggling to understand his universe – endlessly searching. Bleak. I particularly liked the soundscape of the piece, live and recorded, and although I liked the ambient nature of the recorded sound I wanted to hear it more clearly and crisply, not least because the sounds were so descriptive – I almost wanted them in my head – headphones? I liked the visual connection of costume and physical landscape (set) – there qualities. Because he was black I thought ‘Shaman’ at one point but that is probably just me – something ritualistic about it though. I loved the original light-world you created for it.”    Michael Spencer



created by Bianca Turner and Marta Quilleri

Performed by Irineu Nogueira

‘Unwrapped’ explores the edge of human curiosity. This movement piece brings to life the invisible and subtle actions lead by the relation between a human being and the unknown.


It is with great joy that I invite everyone to see my video and sound installation up again, but this time at the foyer of the RoundHouse, in Camden Town, London. From modest Victorian beginnings – beginning life in 1846 as a steam-engine repair shed – to legendary cultural venue, the Roundhouse has an enviable heritage. The Grade II* listed building is now home to a bold and exciting programme of live music, theatre, dance, circus, installations and new media.

My installation will be part of the Accidental Festival.The Accidental Festival is a platform for showcasing a diverse mix of disciplines, genres and styles, a base for artists, musicians and performers to collaborate, to collide, to create something new. The Festival is committed to a dynamic community and education programme, welcoming all to take part, and creating a community for artists and audience, performers and creators and all those in between, uniting us all in a celebration of art in all its forms.


“Splay” is a low-tech solution for paintings and actions in urban areas.
Low-tech systems aim to develop strategies and mechanisms from resources commonly found, bringing solutions that replace and expand the uses of material and techniques for street actions.


Film, Edit and Directed: Tiago Diel
Artist: Narcelio Grud

peter brook

Irineu Nogueira @ Braziliality

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