By Bill Vine
Turbulent Flow is an intermedia project combining music, video art, poetry and prose, celebrating wind energy, both historic and current. This event will showcase work from each of the artists involved, with readings of poetry from Helen Vine, prose from Wendy Constance, and culminating in the debut performance of the complete clarinet quintet composed by Bill Vine with integral visuals from Liam Roberts. The music will also contain field recordings made at Thurne Mill, the Norfolk Wind Energy Museum, Scroby Sands off shore wind farm, and the Parc Éolien de Fitou, France.
There will also be a showing of And We Might Briefly Resonate, a music-led contemporary dance film produced and composed by Bill Vine.
Choreography: Vinicius Salles (Punchdrunk, Jasmin Vardimon)
Videography and live visual manipulation: Liam Roberts
Danced by: Kris Davies and Owen Spooner
You can listen to Bill’s music here
Further Information for Turbulent Flow
Start time 7.00pm
Running time approx 2 hours including an interval
Recommended for ages 12 and up.
There is a fully stocked bar at the venue serving drinks and snacks.
All performances have unreserved seating. Please note that there is a flight of stairs to get into the auditorium. If you require the front accessible row or step-free access, please book the accessible row.