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Art of the Moment: A Festival celebrating the art of improvisation

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Ov London is presenting a multimedia festival in association with Mixcloud and Ninja Jamm aiming to dissolve the barriers between music, movement and visuals.  An all star cast of improvisers is contributing to the weekend’s events but the aim is equally for ticket holders to get involved in what’s happening. As well performing improvised sets in a kind of 'blind date' situation with other artists, many of them are running workshops and interactive installations - so it’s your chance to delve in and get to grips with the new Ninja Jamm app, to learn about live cinema,’ paint’ with music, use your voice in the most extraordinary way - to experiment, surprise yourself and embrace the spontaneous moment. The evenings offer  a mystery bill of live improvised performances and Art of the Moment Saturday night festival party OptiSonic hosts a gem of a lineup of DJs and VJs conjuring up awesome live A / V shows and creative approaches to electronica, glitch, dub and wonky.

 

Artist ( Description ): 

Oren Marshall, Maggie Nicols, Phil Minton, Matt Black, The Evil Zed, Alphabets Heaven, Mr Faff... and many more

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Residents of the borough of Brent go free in the daytimes (please bring proof of address)

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Venue ( Address ): 

The Albert, 1-5 Albert Road, London NW6 5DT


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