2016

I COULD GO ON SINGING - August 16

 

Edinburgh Fringe Festival at Summerhall

With live accompaniment from Glasgow-based noise band Okishima Island Tourist Association, FK Alexander sings along to the recording of the last time Judy Garland ever sang Over The Rainbow, four months before her death.

NOT I - July 16

 

Tempting Failure at Hackney Downs Studios - London

 

Samuel Beckett's Not I, written out in blood over 2.5 hours, set in rubble and drone. A meditation on futility, female madness, isolation and life force. 

HORSEPLAY FT. FK ALEXANDER - July 16

 

The Moon Club - Bristol

 

Described by The Guardian as “Bristol’s best gay dance party”, Horseplay is a queer-leaning art-disco-club with a positive vibe and a fine dusting of glitter and sleaze. 

ALL WATCHED OVER BY MACHINES OF LOVING GRACE - July 16

 

Forest Fringe at Latitude - Henham Park

 

There are forces, which if not controlled, lead individuals, and society, to chaos and destruction. This work forms part of FK Alexander's Ongoing Further Investigative Experiments.

ALL WATCHED OVER BY MACHINES OF LOVING GRACE - July 16

 

Buzzcut's 'Let England Shake' Tour - Colchester Arts Centre

 

There are forces, which if not controlled, lead individuals, and society, to chaos and destruction. This work forms part of FK Alexander's Ongoing Further Investigative Experiments.

NOWHERE//NOW HERE - June 16

 

Tramway - Glasgow

 

A sonics and action based piece, employing film collage, coal, and endurance. Sound collage by FK Alexander and Paul Michael Henry, with original sound by Sarah Glass and Iain Findley Walsh. Photography by Richy Walsh.

C/A/R/S

CAN ANYONE REALLY SURVIVE - April 2016

Buzzcut - Glasgow

A one off action piece where a car was smashed with baseball bat and hammer to a noise soundtrack.