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Tempting Failure 2018 brings an eclectic selection of performance art and noise art from some of the most exciting artists around the world.

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Mowgli and the slate pipe banjo draggers - Prime Bolus MRItrusion

  • Braithwaite Hall Katharine Street Croydon, England, CR0 1NX United Kingdom (map)
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An experimental audiovisual performance with a progressive audio collage composed of found sounds, field recordings and live sources visualised through a sound-reactive tapestry of live video manipulations of MRI imaging.

About Mowgli and the slate pipe banjo draggers

Mowgli (Manuel J Barrio) is an artist and designer working across media with an interest in the fusion of technology and art. He has VJ’ed since 2004, being classed amongst the top 8 European Vj’s at the London International Music Show in 2008. He has developed collaborative and solo audiovisual performances since 2010, when MAYA premiered at the BFI Southbank. His award-winning installation work has been exhibited internationally and he is currently working on several collaborations including light installations and immersive theatre while also being one of the directors of VJ London.

Andy Rowe is a sound artist, producer and musician who lives and works in London.  He has worked with sound in a professional and creative context since 1996 and gained a degree in Sonic Art from Middlesex University in 2009.  He has displayed work in Coventry's Herbert gallery, London's Raven Row, Chalton, ToandFor and Art and Escape galleries. His work was selected for the Artsway Open 09 Exhibition and he was a finalist in the Degreeart.com gallery 2010 show. He has had video pieces shown at film events in the U.K and internationally.  His music, which he creates using the name ‘the slate pipe banjo draggers’,  has received international radio play and he has performed live at festivals and events in England, France, Germany, Greece, the Netherlands and Italy both alone and collaboratively.

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