Adam Thirlwell came to Shakespeare and Company on Monday, June 18th, to read from his newest book, Kapow!, published by Visual Editions. The following interview is transcribed and edited from Adam’s conversation with Jemma Birrell, as well as the question and answer period following the reading.
Kyrie Kristmanson’s latest musical project, an interpretation of musical and lyrical manuscripts dating back to 12th century southern France composed by a compelling group of female songwriters known as les troubadours, will be premiered this Sunday, 17 June, at l’Église Notre Dame d’Espérance in Paris, France.
The Mob is two girls from Sweden who, under this alias, tell stories of another world – this world – with their bodies and voices. Both Emma-Cecilia Ajanki and Julia Giertz were educated at the Danish National School of Contemporary Dance and have been invited to dance and art residencies all over the world.
Jerome Btesh, one of the initial squatters at Paris’s legendary 59 Rivoli, talks about his inspirations, his process and what it’s like to work in this public atelier. Film made for Her Royal Majesty by Sam Gordon.