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Graeme Miller

Graeme Miller

The Ongoing Teeter
This immersive weekender invites participants to hone their skills and build their confidence in unplanned and precarious performance. It will take physical and mental activity to the playful edge and make it sustainable. It is about how to go out on a limb and stay there and it is about how to share that edge.

Over the years Graeme Miller has worked with performers, musicians, makers and directors – focusing on shape, rhythm, structure and commitment to the moment as both techniques of performance and methods of generating work and overcoming inertia. It requires nothing more than a willingness to think on your feet and play hard.

About the artist

Graeme Miller is a theatre maker, composer and artist. Emerging from the bold and influential stage work of Impact Theatre Co-operative in the 1980s, a group he co-founded, his own work now embraces a wide range of media. With the idea of being “a composer of many things that may include music”, he has made theatre, dance, installations and interventions. Always reflecting a sense of landscape and place, he regularly makes site-specific works to commission. Recent projects include Linked (2003-present) an ongoing three mile long semi-permanent sound installation in East London incorporating the voices, memories and testimonies of people who used to live where the M11 link road now runs, Bassline: London (2009) a sound and video installation which reveals the CIty’s landscape as seen by 15 Londoners, created for the Barbican Centre, and Beheld  (2006), an installation which maps places where stowaways have fallen from aircraft.


Date and time

26–27 September 2009

Please note
This is now a past event.


Toynbee Studios
28 Commercial Street
London, E1 6AB
Tel: 020 7247 5102
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