We let our little experiment loose on these unsuspecting audience members.
They loved the fish, and that’s all we’ll say for now.
We have managed to decide on some of the performance elements for our Scratch at The Battersea Arts Centre:
And this is the structure the performance will take! It feels like we are getting somewhere!
No Feedback is very lucky to have worked with some great people at all stages of development, and now, thanks to the wonderful Mauro De Giorgi, No Feedback has a great new logo. Inspired by the lines in our earlier video, Mauro has used Japanese ink to refine the idea.
Here is Mauro working on some ideas:
And here is the finished product:
To find out more about Mauro’s work, go to mauro-art.com
For No Feedback, Annie Jael Kwan, Mauro De Giorgi and I hit the streets to test our hypothesis that no one wants to talk about genocide. Here is a sample taste!
Thanks to Annie Jael Kwan for the filming and editing work.