ROT, Greenwich

  • Wednesday 15th December 2021
  • 7:00-8:00 pm
Siôn PArkinson, Sooyon Kim and Richard Whitby performing “Give Good” 2018 – photo A. Lukala”

A new performance by Siôn Parkinson and Richard Whitby, with Amit Dinesh Patel aka Dushume

ROT, Greenwich is a new collaborative, semi-improvised performance, with Amit D Patel, aka Dushume. Using ‘rotting’ as a starting point, the artists will present a video score and a live piece of music using electronics, synthesisers, voice and more.

Siôn Parkinson works across music, performance, video and writing. He trained as a sculptor at Central Saint Martins and The Slade. He is currently an Amanda Burton Scholar at University of Leeds researching stink and music. Richard Whitby is an artist living in London. Richard has a PhD from the London Consortium and was a LUX Associate Artist 2011/12. He uses improvisation and DIY techniques as ways to make video and performance about scary things. Richard is also an editor of

This event takes place from 7pm in TV studio 2, Stockwell Street Building. The event is free but places are limited and registration is advised. Please use the link below to register if you wish to attend.

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