TURN THE WIGS AROUND

TURN THE WIGS AROUND

   Photos: Sam Irons A project with Pipa Greenbank for Exchange Series by Happen Projects. Shop window display for Afro World, Dalston.

CRY OUT – Theo Adams Company, London

CRY OUT – Theo Adams Company, London

London premiere of CRY OUT by Theo Adams Company at the ICA.  Costumes by Olivia Hegarty and Pipa Greenbank.               photos from theoadams.com

TOTEM

TOTEM

     A project with Carson McColl.

LUIGI ONTANI – Serpentine Marathon 2010

LUIGI ONTANI – Serpentine Marathon 2010

I worked with il maestro Signor Ontani on the costumes for this performance piece.  It took the form of a procession from the Serpentine Gallery to an oboe-accompanied tableau vivant at the Royal Geographical Society.  The papier maché masks were hand-made in Italy.  Each masked 

TO SEE THE NEED TO SEE

TO SEE THE NEED TO SEE

Lime wood 26cm x 9.5cm x 13cm; cotton lashing The ultimate sustainable approach to design is to prioritise the potential longevity of the designed item and consider its later maintenance as a key part of its essence.  The features of this object are reminiscent of 

CRY OUT – Theo Adams

CRY OUT – Theo Adams

CRY OUT the new theatrical production from the Theo Adams Company premiered in Tokyo November 30th 2009.  Costumes by Olivia Hegarty and Pipa Greenbank. all photos c/o www.theoadams.net

TRIUMPH OF THE WILL

TRIUMPH OF THE WILL

The Centre of the Universe present “Triumph of the Will“ a group exhibition curated by Catherine Borra, Gedvile Bunikyte, Olivia Hegarty & Matthew Stone 14th October – 1st November 2009 Featuring works by: James Balmforth Gareth Cadwallader David Ferrando Giraut Lewis Ronald Boo Saville Matthew 

HYPNAGOGIC APPROACH

HYPNAGOGIC APPROACH

Short film made with Ladan Anousfar and Gedvile Bunikyte for Windsor Film and Music Festival. Screened as an accompaniment to a live choir singing Nunc Dimittis by Arvo Part.  The film piece won the audience award at the event. Hypnagogic Approach

THE ENDEAVOUR TOWARDS

THE ENDEAVOUR TOWARDS

The End of Something… a collection of reflections on the global crisis “If the World came to an end how would you imagine starting over? What is the best thing about having less work, less money and more time? How would you best spend your