programme documentation

PROGRAMME, Wednesday, 24 July 2013
5pm – 7pm jour fixe with Malin Arnell, Sweden
Malin Arnell (*1970, Sweden), who was born in Uppsala, defines herself as an interdisciplinary artist. She studied fashion, visual arts and gender studies and is currently pursuing a PhD in choreography. Her artistic practice reflects her attention to connections in content, which go beyond the solitary work of the artist, often taking the form of collective activities. Among other projects, Arnell formed the performance group High Heels Sisters (2002-2007) with Line Karlström, Karianne Stensland and Anna Linder as wells as the Solanas’ Sisters (2004-2005) together with the author Sara Stridsberg. Today she is part of the YES! Association together with Åsa Elzén and Johanna Gustavsson. Through her artistic method, which is based on both collaborative and independent work, the artist explores feminist and gender-critical issues. Lately, she got involved with the notion of re-enactment. In 2011 she reenacted a work by the famous performance-artist Gina Pane, which is as well represented in the archive.


PROGRAMME, Wednesday, 17th July

5pm – 7pm jour fixe with Henry Wilde (aka Antonia Baehr) and Ida Wilde (aka Keren Ida Nathan)


PROGRAMME, Sunday, 14th July 2013
12 pm - 7 pm Schwarze Schokolade – Presentations of 30 years of performance - art-group  1983 - 2013  featuring Rotraud von der Heide, Renate Hampke, Claudia Schmidt, Roswitha Baumeister, Ursula Bierther, Simone Schmidt, Chris Werner

The programme (in German language):
12.00pm Opening and short introduction of the artists in presence; presentation of ‘Schokofabrik’ Berlin Kreuzberg (SO 36)
12.10pm Rotraud von der Heide: “Dächerwanderung”
12.20pm Helga Röhle “Frauenzentrum Schokofabrik: 30 Jahre Frauen(t)räume”
12.30pm Sabine Zurmühl – Berliner Fenster, 7:28 min, rbb- tv feature from 1983 about the activities at the Schokofabrik Berlin-Kreuzberg, the plans and objectives of women back then
12.45pm Anne Jud SO 36, 36 photographs, 2:28 min
2.00pm „Die Nebelwanderung“ – Berlin, Mariannenplatz, Performance 1982 – schoko prod.©, video on super8, color, sound, 13:20 min, Chris Werner – concept of performance; Kirsten Wlotzke – ‘Nesselhüllen’ (Outfit-Design); Roswitha Baumeister – film and cut
2.15pm „Die Nebelwanderung II“ – Kassel – Group ART 1987, Shoko prod. ©, video, color, sound, 21:00min
2.45pm Rotraud von der Heide, performance videos
3.00pm Renate Hampke, „Weg einer Brücke“, performance video
3.30pm Hommage à Petermann: Performance Lisa Lancelle (1985), presented by Chris Werner
4.00pm Talk about the work of Schwarze Schokolade with Beatrice E. Stammer, curator, with Chris Werner, Rotraud von der Heide, Claudia Schmidt, Ute Wigand, Renate Hampke, Roswitha Baumeister
5.00pm Live performances and cinematic sketches by and with Ursula Bierther, Roswitha Baumeister and Simone Schmidt
- SKALARIS – “Fahrzeug unrasiert”
- Performance Roswitha Baumeister and Ursula Bierther, “Wir rasieren uns nicht” – a performative commentary about the past
- Digital guest performance, cinematic sketches, “Pelze” 1984, by Roswitha Baumeister, duration 25:00 min, Barbara Waldow, Chris Werner, Renate Hampke, Ursula Bierther, Hella Utesch
6.00pm Monika Funke, Loops
- pietà, 2:12min
- no milk for warriors, 0:36 min
- meditation on violence, 0:58 min
- no milk for war, 1:05 min

The “Schwarze Schokolade” was founded 1982 by Chris Werner, Lisa Lancelle and Rotraud von der Heide after the occupation of the former ‘Schokoladenfabrik’ in Berlin-Kreuzberg (1979) by women, and is considered one of the first feminist artist- and performance art-groups dedicated to the experimantation with new aesthetics outside the mainstream in Germany. The nucleus of the group was formed around these three artists by Roswitha Baumeister, Petra Baumgardt, Ursula Bierther, Catharina Cosin, Renate Hampke, Anne Jud, Katharina E. Karrenberg, Gerda Leopold, Susanne Muel, Claudia Schmidt, Hella Utesch and Ute Wigand.
The group temporarily operated as a loose collective with solo exhibitions inside and outside of Germany. The exihibition “RETRAKTUELL”, curated by Chris Werner, gave an overview of the artistic work of 30 years of “Schwarze Schokolade” during 2012/2013 at the “Frauenmuseum Bonn”, also co-founded by Werner.




PROGRAMME 13th July 2013
2pm - 7pm Performer Stammtisch – to perform the archive, workshop
We are very happy about the invitation by the curators Bettina Knaup, Beatrice Ellen Stammer and Kaj Dorte Osteroth, to spend an afternoon in the archive, use the video collection, think about documentation and archiving, as well as gender and performance arts. Of course, we don’t only think with our heads but in a performative way: We hope to realize re-enactments, settlements, transgressions, minimal invasions during this afternoon. Of course everybody is invited to join but nobody will be forced to actively participate. Participants have free access to the archive, if they confirm their participation until the 11th of July to: info@performerstammtisch.de , www.performerstammtisch.de

2.00pm Meeting and Introduction
2.30pm Investigations in the archive
4.00pm First round table: Showing the selected material
4.30pm Preparation of the performance-responses
5.30pm Second round table: presentation of chosen videos and performance-reactions


PROGRAMME, Wednesday, 10th July
5-7 pm jour fixe with Line Skywalker Karlstroem
As from 10th of July onwards, every Wednesday the regular re.act.feminism jour fixe invites to a joint, informal viewing of videos, films and photographs of the re.act.feminism archive. For every date, an invited artist, curator or author chooses material from the archive for presentation and discussion. The joint talk and the playful or even performative approach to the seen material as well as the artists work stay in the center of these events.


PROGRAMME, Tuesday, 9th July
6-9 pm Performing the archive Lectures and discussions (in German language) with Pascale Grau (research project ‘archiv performativ’, Institute for Cultural Studies in the Arts (ICS) ZHdK, Zurich), Barbara Büscher, Franz Anton Cramer, Jasmin İhraç (DFG research project ‚Verzeichnungen’, Hochschule für Musik und Theater Leipzig & Universität der Künste Berlin/HZT).

18h Pascale Grau: archiv performativ
Archive müssen sowohl handelnd angeeignet werden als auch Handlung provozieren können, um als Tradierungsmedium kulturell relevant zu bleiben. Dies gilt für alle Archive, besonders aber für die Archivierung und Tradierung von Performancekunst, die vom Forschungsprojekt archiv performativ thematisiert wurden. Ein Ziel des Projekts war es, ein exemplarisches Modell zu entwickeln, das dem Anteil der künstlerischen Praxis in diesem Verhältnis einen grösseren Stellenwert einräumt, als dies in institutionalisierten Archiven sonst üblich ist. Die Künstlerin und Wissenschaftlerin Pascale Grau berichtet von den Erfahrungen und Ergebnissen dieses Modellprojekts, das von 2010 bis 2012 am Institut for Cultural Studies in the Arts (ICS) ZHdK realisiert wurde.
19.30h Barbara Büscher, Franz Anton Cramer, Jasmin İhraç: Verzeichnungen
Das Projekt „re.act.feminism #2 - a performing archive“ wird von dem Forschungsprojekt ‘Verzeichnungen’ begleitet, das sich der Untersuchung zeitgenössischer Archivpraktiken im Feld der Darstellenden Kunst widmet. Angesiedelt an der Hochschule für Musik und Theater „Mendelsohn Bartholdy“ in Leipzig sowie der Universität der Künste Berlin und gefördert durch die Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft, werden im Rahmen des Vorhabens die Vorarbeiten, der Verlauf und die Disseminationen von „re.act feminism #2“ analysiert und in den größeren Forschungszusammenhang zu Fragen nach der Archivierbarkeit sowie den sozialen und konzeptionellen Bedingungen von Dokumenten und Quellen von Performance eingefaßt. Die Präsentation wird Fragestellungen, Methoden und erste Ergebnisse präsentieren.


PROGRAMME, Sunday, 7th July, 2013
 
Studentische Beiträge 

11.00 - 19.00h  Curating performance, performative curating Übung im BA Theaterwissenschaft, Freie Universität Berlin, von Bettina Knaup
11.15 – 12.00 Fabienne Witte, Farina Bender: Archiving the Animated Archive
Vermittlungsprojekt mit Polaroidkameras, Konzeptpräsentation, Realisierung geplant im Juli/August
12.00 – 12.45 Malwina Miziarska, Annika Schäfer, Nadya Todorova: REenact re.act.feminism
Vermittlungsworkshop zum Thema Re-enactment, Konzeptpräsentation, Realisierung geplant am 16. August
12.45 – 13.15 Cornelia Fleck: Club Rundschau: eine kurze Geschichte feministischer Performance-Kunst 
Live Talk Format in drei Teilen, Teil 1 & 2
14.45 – 15.15 Cornelia Fleck: Club Rundschau: eine kurze Geschichte feministischer Performance-Kunst 
Live Talk Format in drei Teilen, Teil 3
15.15 – 16.00 Nadja Rothenburger: Ich darf / I am allowed to 
Ein performativer Rundgang durch die Ausstellung
16.00 – 16.45 Jürgen Bogle: Rid of me – Studies VI (on women's anger)
Konzeptpräsentation einer Lecture-Performance, Bewegungsstudie und Gesangscollage von Jürgen Bogle (fake is fabulous inc. Choreography)
17.15 – 18.00 Kristina Sommerfeld: Drawing the Archive Rauminstallation und Projektpräsentation
18.00 – 18.45 Carolina Fernandez: Trajekt.Feminism
Kuratiertes Screening basierend auf Suchverläufen durchs Archiv


PROGRAMME, Saturday, 6th July, 2013 
Studentische Beiträge 

11.30 - 19.00h re.act.feminism - Seminar im BA Theaterwissenschaft, Freie Universität Berlin, Susanne Foellmer
 ab 11.30h durchgehend
Kataryna Koslacz: Peeling potatoes - don't try this at home!
11.30-12.40 Sina Holst: Das Archiv verformen. Überlegung eins: Die Schere. Eine Auseinandersetzung mit Katrina Daschners Serie 'Vincent'Anna von Glasenapp: Zu Ulrike Rosenbachs 'Glauben Sie nicht, dass ich eine Amazone bin' (1975)
13.00-14.00 Naomie Gramlich: Tanja Ostijic: 'Strategies of Succes / Curator Series' (2001)
Tobias Falk: Feministisches Storyweaving im Spiderwoman Theater
14.20-15.00 Judith Geffert: Zu den Arbeiten von Oreet Ashery
16.15-19.15 Fortsetzung des Seminars im Clubraum (nichtöffentlich)


8pm The EMW Orchestra presents: Re:Volt Feminism Soundperformance Protest, housework, in/visibility, precarity, laughter, humour… Focusing on materials collected by the re.act.feminism Archive, these are the keywords that provide the foundation for the performance Re:Volt Feminism. By using sound and selected video materials, Re:Volt brings together the work of many different artists, and - combined with the experimental uses of space - the performance creates zones of multi-layered dialogues, re-animating the messages of these powerful contemporary 'voices'.
Soundperformance with students of European Media Studies, University and University of Applied Sciences Potsdam, under the direction of Anne Quirynen and Simon Vincent. With Tino Bogedaly, Tina-Maleen Bölle, Sophie Labitzke, Franziska Schubert, Nora Spiekermann



PROGRAMME, Sunday, 30 June, 2013
Feminist Performance and Performative Practices in Latin America II

3 pm Feminist Art in Mexico. In the archive/ From the archive. 1972-2013, Lecture by Mónica Mayer (MX)
Mónica Mayer
Intertwining artistic practice and political activism since the 1970s, Mónica Mayer expanded the traditional definitions and scope of what defines an artwork: “The most important thing feminist art has given me is the understanding that an artist’s work is more than producing art works. Doing research on women’s art, writing about them in my newspaper column in El Universal or publishing books about us, teaching, protesting and supporting other women artists is part of my work.” Trained as a visual artist at the Escuela Nacional de Artes Plásticas in Mexico City, Mayer received her master’s degree in Sociology of Art at Goddard College during the 1980s with a thesis entitled “Feminist Art: An Effective Political Tool”. Also in the 1980s, she participated in the Feminist Studio Workshop at the Woman’s Building in Los Angeles. In 1983, she and Maris Bustamante founded the first feminist art collective in Mexico, Polvo de Gallina Negra (Black Hen Powder)).




5 pm Talking from within: Ana Mendieta (1997), Lygia Clark (1997), Anna Maria Maiolino (2010), Barcelona, Lecture & Screening Laurence Rassel (BE/ES)

Laurence Rassel is the Director of the Antoni Tàpies Foundation in Barcelona, during her professional career, she has developed a line of investigative work centred around feminist artistic thought and practices as well as a critical effort on intellectual property in the area of the new technologies. This line of work can be seen reflected in the artistic programmes of Constant, the cultural organisation that Rassel directed from 1998 to 2008, when she took on the direction of the exhibitions and activities of the Antoni Tàpies Foundation in Barcelona. Between 2001 and 2006, Rassel was also Project Coordinator of ADA, a network of Belgian training centres for women that promotes knowledge of the new technologies as an integration tool. As curator, conference speaker and cultural director, she has contributed to various festivals, museums and international cultural centres, among which mention should be given to UNIA Seville (the International University of Andalusia “artandthinking”), Arteleku Centre in Donostia-San Sebastian, the Museum van Hedendaagse Kunst Antwerpen (MuHKA) in Antwerp and the Département de Nouveaux Médias at the Centre Pompidou in Paris.



7 pm Möglichkeitsraum V - Arsenal Kino 1
Live – editing with Angela Melitopoulos and Bettina Knaup with materials from the archives of Arsenal and re.act.feminism; in cooperation with 'Living Archive' Programm, Arsenal Institut für Film und Videokunst e.V., Arsenal Kino 1, entrance 7,50/5/3 € 






PROGRAMME,  Saturday, 29 June, 2013
Feminist Performance and Performative Practices in Latin America I

3 pm ‘Ni ‘mamita’ Ni ‘mulatita’,
Performance-Lecture by Teresa María Díaz Nerio (DO/NL),

Teresa María Díaz Nerio (*1982, Dominican Republic) studied at the Gerrit Rietveld Academie in Amsterdam and the Dutch Art Institute in Enschede and works with language, text, perform- ance and video. She often collaborates with Stefanie Seibold, creating installations and performances. Their combined interest aims at building spaces that question strategies of visibility and defer fixed areas of meaning in order to develop and provide new narrative structures.





5 pm Lygia Clark: breaking frames,
Lecture & Screening by Eleonora Fabião (BR)

Eleonora Fabião is a performer and performance theorist, associate Professor and Chair of the Theater Directing Program at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, where she has been teaching since 1997. During the 1990s she co-founded two experimental theater groups in Rio— Centro de Demolição e Construção do Espetáculo, a collective invested on historical research and political action directed by Aderbal Freire-Filho, and KO Produções, a group dedicated to intense psychophysical experimentation directed by Ivana Leblon. In 2000 she created her first solo piece—“Alice”— an adaptation of Lewis Carroll’s novels in collaboration with composer Hermeto Pascoal and visual artist Waltércio Caldas.
Since 2008 she has been performing in the streets and investigating the poetics of encounters and of precariousness or, as she says, “experiencing political intimacy in a public scale.” Her street projects include a.o.: “Almost Nothing, Always Everything” (Rio de Janeiro, 2012); “Ações Rio-pretenses” (São José do Rio Preto, 2012); “Line Piece - New York” (NY streets and domiciles, 2010-11).
Since 2009 Fabião has been participating in several meetings with Brazilian theater and art groups from all regions of the country. During these events organized by Itaú Cultural Institution, she conducted workshops for small and big collectives (sometimes 90 representatives from different art ensembles), gave key note speeches about contemporary art and performance, and mediated several debates. In 2010-11 Fabião was a Fellow at the Hemispheric Institute of Performance and Politics (New York). In 2011, she received the award "Art in the Streets" from the Brazilian National Foundation of the Arts (FUNARTE). Since 2010 she has been collaborating with the re.act.feminism Performing Archive Project (Berlin) as researcher on Latin American Performance Art.




PROGRAMME, Friday, 28 June, 2013

7 pm Nan Hoover: A Body in Light. A visual presentation on Nan Hoover's lens based practice (performance, photography and video work), Visual Presentation by Kathy Rae Huffman (US/D)
With thanks to the Nan Hoover Foundation and LIMA, Amsterdam

Kathy Rae Huffman is a freelance curator and networker based in Berlin. Her recent curatorial projects are Exchange and Evolution: Worldwide Video Long Beach, 1974-1999, for the Long Beach Museum of Art; International Curator for ISEA2009-Belfast; and curator for Transitland: Video art from Central and Eastern Europe 1980-2009. Huffman is co-founder of the online community FACES: gender, technology, art. She received an MFA in Exhibition Design and a postgraduate certificate in Museum Studies from California State University Long Beach in 1980. She has written about, consulted for, and coordinated events for numerous international festivals and organisations.

8.30 pm Still movement – Homage Nan Hoover by Sandro Dukić (HR), Screening of Performance Documentation & Talk
Sandro Ðukić was born in 1964 and lives in Zagreb, Croatia. His works – spatial, architectonic and photographic installations and constructed films – move from one medium to another with ease. After graduating on Academy of Fine Arts in Zagreb by Prof. Đuro Seder, he studied with Nam June Paik and Nan Hoover at the Art Academy in Dusseldorf. Also, attended a Master’s course from 1993 – 1994, at the same institution (Prof. Nan Hoover). Ðukić has exhibited at numerous solo and collective exhibitions in all Croatian major art institutions and abroad in Slovenia, Germany, Spain, Portugal, Netherlands, the US, Italy, Serbia, Austria. As a lecturer participated in several domestic and international symposiums. He is a member of Croatian Association of Independent Artists HZSU and Croatian Association of the Visual Artists HDLU.

PROGRAMME, 23rd June 2013

2pm Collaborative Performance I – artist talks with Kirsten Dufour (DK) & Ulrike Solbrig (D) and Mwangi Hutter (KE/D)
Kirsten Dufour’s practice is rooted in collective processes informed by crossovers of art and activism. Since the 1960s, when she was a member of Danish art collective Kanonklubben, she has worked closely with her Partnee Finn Thybo Andersen on art infused processes that they hope would better the world. After moving into the countryside, they initiated the group TTAL (Clothes for Africa Association Logstor, 1975-88). Back in Copenhagen, they became founding members of YNKB, Ydre Norrebro Kultur Bureau (Outer Norrebro Culture Office) that instigates community- based work such as The Studio of Astrid Noack (2009-10, based around this Danish communist sculptor, 1888-1954) or Weeds (2008-09, based on use of plants in the        city). In 2002, she started together with German artist Andrea Creutz an internationally networked archive of Feminist art called Let Us Speak Now.
Ulrike Solbrig (Berlin), Kirsten Dufour and Hilde Methi (curator, Kirkenes) have been working together in the art project Mobile Kultur Byrå since 2006. Mobile Kultur Byrå is a flexible small-scale art platform that fosters modest cultural endeavours while at the same time contemplating our own situation as cultural producers.
Mwangi Hutter
After working and living together for a long time, Ingrid Mwangi and Robert Hutter began signing their works together as a unit in 2005. Conceptually, their individual personalities dissolve into a miniature collective, in which the gender and origin of each is transferred to the other. Their works explore the role of skin colour and cultural origins, something also shaped by Mwangi’s experience of moving from Africa to Germany as a teenager. Mwangi studied with Ulrike Rosenbach at the Hochschule Bildende Kunste Saar (Academy of Fine Art and Design) in Saarbrucken, Germany, where Hutter also studied and still teaches today

3pm Artist Talks & Screenings – with Verica Kovacevska (MK/UK), Mare Tralla (EE/UK)

Verica Kovacevska was born in Skopje and studied in the UK. She is known for live performances in which she directly integrates the audience and surroundings. In Walking Project (since 2006), she candidly approaches passers–by, and in Everyday Art, the Art of the Everyday (2005–2006), she hands out postcards establishing contact between the artist, exhibition location and visitors. The second project took one year to finish and climaxed in an exhibition of 365 artifacts in the Museum of Contemporary Art in Skopje.



                              
Mare Tralla [aka Disgusting Girl] is an Estonian-born artist who lives and works in London and Tallinn. Her professional career started in the early 1990s and was shaped by the rapid changes in Estonian society, after the collapse of the Soviet Union. Her works are often a direct critical response to those changes and their effects on women. “In the mid-1990s she was amongst the few courageous women (and men) who understood that, for the more harmonious and just development of Estonian society, a ‘small feminist revolution’ was direly needed. Mare conceived of this ‘revolution’ in a personal format within the field of contemporary art” (Katrin Kivimaa). In 1995, Tralla, Eha Komissarov and Reet Varblane curated the first openly feminist Estonian art exhibition Est.Fem. Her often self-ironic  artworks question the place and role of women in our societies and how women from Eastern Europe are perceived in the Western world. Her recent works deal with issues of privacy, surveillance and protection from a gendered perspective. In her practice, Tralla employs and combines a variety of media – from painting, photography, performance and video to interactive media.

6pm Collaborative Performance II – Lecture Nancy Buchanan (US) and Stephanie Allespach (US)
Nancy Buchanan lives in Los Angeles. Since the 1970s, her artistic practice has focused primarily on video art based on performance, computer animation and socially engaged documentation. The world of media is often the target of her dark humour and political criticism.
Stephanie Allespach is a German American artist who lives and works in Los Angeles and Berlin. Her practice explores concepts of political engagement with the poetry of chance encounters through documentary observation and everyday theatricality.


PROGRAMME, 22nd June 2013

4pm Genderoriented performative practices in the MENASA-Region - Screenings and artist talks, moderated by Kathrin Becker (D) with Ghazel (IR/FR)
Kathrin Becker started to work as head of the „Video-Forum“ at the Berlin arts association “Neuer Berliner Kunstverein (NBK)” 2001, a collection of video art that includes over 1000 works of international artists from the early phase of video art in the 1960s to the present day. Becker was responsible for including some new focuses in the collection, such as the acquisition of works from the East and South of Europe, as well as the Middle and Far East.
Ghazel studied at the Ecole des Beaux Arts in Nimes and the Paul Valery University in Montpellier. She currently lives in Paris. She is famous all over the world for her performances, video pieces and installations focusing on migration and the awareness of self and other. Her work also centres around the state of being ‘in–between’ two cultures and nomadic existence. In her most well–known work, the Me series, she is able to combine the ways traditional female gender roles are regarded and assigned in her home country of Iran with a Eurocentric view on the women of this primarily Muslim country — a view she experienced in Western Europe.

6.30 pm Gender Performance After the Cold War – Gender performance reviewed through reenactments of socialist and post-socialist films from Eastern Europe - Lecture Boryana Rossa (BG)
Boryana Rossa is an interdisciplinary artist who works in the fields of performance and visual arts. In 2004, Rossa and the Russian artist Oleg Mavromatti establishes Ultrafuturo, an international group of artists engaging with issues of technology and sience and their social, political and ethical implications.





8pm Some feminist and queer performances in Scandinavia - Screenings and artist talks moderated by Sanne Kofod Olsen (DK) with Mary Coble (DK) and Line Skywalker Karlström
Sanne Kofod Olsen is the director of the museum of contemporary art “Museet for samtidskunst” in Roskilde, Denmark and one of the main partners for re.act.feminism.
Mary Coble works with installations and performances where she often uses her own body as a metaphor of two contradictory states of mind and body fluctuating between vulnerability and resistance. In her work Coble criticizes social intolerance and the tight parameters of dichotomy (feminine/masculine, rich/poor, beautiful/ugly) that are clearly inadequate and insufficient to define a reality that is much broader and more complicated. Originally from North Carolina, USA Coble lives and works in Copenhagen, Denmark.  She also is a professor at the Funen Art Academy in Odense, DK.
Line Skywalker Karlström is a Swedish performance artist who works with a diverse range of materials dealing with the role of art in life, lesbian and gay identity and the perception of space. Her performances take place in the public realm and also in gallery installations. In 2002-2007, Karlström was a member of the feminist performance group High Heel Sisters. She is also a founding member of the group of Swedish artist activists, YES! Association (2005).



PROGRAMME, 21st June 2013
7 pm Opening Welcome: Nele Hertling, vice-president, Akademie der Künste, Berlin; Introduction: Bettina Knaup, Beatrice E. Stammer, Curators; Performance The Instrumental Man by Lilibeth Cuenca Rasmussen (DK), Sound by Sheila Chipperfield