Ah, the hills... the traces of pattern, the patter of feet.
May 31, 2012
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A Canada Council-funded multidisciplinary artist and teacher in American and Canadian colleges, I have worked since my student years in the overlapping worlds of music, installation, video & audio recording, and photography (with the latter three increasingly taking digital form... but not always).
Having studied and done direct work in acting & directing... and mime with three international teachers... I later was funded for a two-year project to produce and direct a very choreographed feature-length film about the intense and compressed life in North American prisons. All scenes were shot in one cell, and each was totemised by a tightly-organised still photograph. The later exhibition added a live actor and a built environment.
Recent work has included composing music with Roger Doyle for a large ensemble dance theatrical performance, as well as smaller commissions for choreographer Tarin Chaplin and her various university and professional companies. I am also working on a series of portraits in-the-landscape using surround panoramic images made in Canada, Ireland and the U.S.
Most of my day-to-day endeavours involve production of acoustic and world music recordings, live recording on location, and research in Ireland, Iceland and Scandinavia for a major dramatic film project based on my recreations of ancient Irish culture.
C:\Documents and Settings\user\Mis documentos\dossier carmen de torres\Special feature Flamenco in Canada.htm
check out this link, tell me what you think of it. I lived in Canada for 20 years, when no one in Canada thought that flamenco even existed.
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