CLUSTER BOMB [collective]


This page is dedicated to the online representation and support we offer when you join the [collective], which is becoming part of our ever increasing listing of past [collective] members and their own current respective artistic practices. 


If you have been a [collective] member in the past, and would like to be included in the listing, please email us your name, website/blog/online resource, a short bio and any information about upcoming or current projects and performances you are engaged in, so we can post them right here, right now.



CORE [collective] MEMBERS:



ALICIA RADAGE 

Radage holds a BA and MA Theatre degrees from Birmingham University and The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama (RCSSD). Since graduating, her interests lie closer to making performance and video art and has since then as undertaken two artist's residencies at ]performance s p a c e[ UK. and Sowing Seeds village residency in Rajasthan, India.  Her solo work has been shown across the UK and in Vienna over the past two years. She also makes performance and video works with CLUSTER BOMB [collective] and has shown these works in the UK and in Berlin. She ahas been a Visiting Lecturer facilitating workshops on space and the body, at RCSSD with the [collective]


SEBASTIAN H.W.

A founder of the [collective] and active member since 2009. Sebastian is a performance maker, project coordinator and workshop facilitator based in London. He received First Class BA Honours in Performance Writing from Dartington College of Arts and Falmouth University. His works have been shown in UK, USA, Spain and Germany. Sebastian is studio technician for the sculptor Alice Anderson, and studio manager and project assistant at the ]performance s p a c e [, as well as curator of CelláSalón- an evening of experiments in live performance. He has been awarded the Dartingon College of Arts Bursary in 2009, 2010 and 2011. 


ELIZA SOROGA

Eliza Soroga holds MA's in Performance Making (Goldsmiths University of London) and in Cultural Theory (National University of Athens). She has trained in Jacques Lecoq’s physical theatre technique and butoh dance. Her work is considered mainly as site-specific and explores dynamic improvisational method of shaping everyday life into a performance. 

www.elizasoroga.com


CHLOE SPICER

A founding member of the [collective], Chloe is a serial arts student, previously of Dartington College of Art and currently studying Print and Time Based Media at UAL Wimbledon. From a librarian and performance background, her current practice is absorbed with the texture of words and paper. 2014 marks her London debut with Immersive Documents, an interactive installation in a bathroom showroom (funded by FixersUK). Although happiest in a bathtub full of shredded text, Chloe applies her events management, administrative and curatorial skills with other artists to make wonderful things happen.


CURRENT [collective] MEMBERS:

CHLOË SMITH

JACOB WOODS

JOSEPHINE JOY

ANDRE VERISSIMO


PAST CURRENT [collective] MEMBERS:

Alice Eagle

Ben Cooper-Walker

Delia Spatareanu

Lala Nomada

Hannah Reade

Kerstin Möller

Studied Choreography at Ernst Busch in Berlin, contemporary dance at Icelandic Academy of Arts and graduated with a BA in Choreography and Visual Arts from Dartington College of Arts/ University College Falmouth in 2011. Artistic Director of Pony Collective.

Current Projects: Kerstin is currently on a research travel trip around Southeast Asia, New Zealand and Australia, working towards the performance installation 'my plastic Identity' in cooperation with Eisfabrik / Commedia Futura Theatre in Hanover, Germany. My Plastic Identity is to be premiered in spring 2013. Furthermore she is working on her music project Miss Millers Pony in collaboration with Joe Brook.

Mads Floor Andersen :
Mads is an artist and collaborator, using collaborative approaches to generate material for theatre, public and gallery spaces. At the heart of his approach lies the desire for constant awareness of oneself in the space of others. He is interested in the meetings of people and the space generated between them, as a creative and unique forum of: relation, collision, recognition and physical presence.

Malte Beisenherz

Michael Leverett

Rachael Clerke:

An artist working in theatre and cabaret, Rachael's most recent project, "Oh my God - I'm Scottish too!!" took a satirical look at what it is to be Scottish. In 2010-11 she spent nine months working in residency in Istanbul, Turkey. She is one half of the performance collective Touch & Meet with Josephine Joy. She currently lives in Cornwall but enjoys long train journeys.

Scarlett Lassoff  

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