JMW Turner in North Shields/South Shields - Sound Walk 12.00pm 20 August 2020 - meet at North Shields Metro Station.

Referencing JMW Turner's Keelman Heaving Coals by Moonlight we will explore the contrast between the rural & industrial. 
Composer Peter Coyte, choreographer Dora Frankel, musician Martin Elliott & one dancer TBC will be making a gentle 'dérive' walk recording sound & responding to the landscape with movement & gestures with the purpose of gathering material for a sound, music & dance performance. 
Coyte & Frankel have used walks such as these as a starting points for previous projects including 'The Unfolding Sky - Turner in The North' and 'Figures in a Floating Landscape' premiered last year as part of The Turner Prize celebrations. 
Will be of particular interest for artists, dancers, field recordists & musicians.

https://walklistencreate.org/sound-walk-september/

Peter and Dora Frankel choreographer have been creating dance and movement, site responsive and theatre based work inspired by place, environment, visual art and people since 2012.

https://www.linkedin.com/in/dora-frankel-ma-chor-47285439/

2018/19

Figures in a Floating Landscape - Live music & dance inspired by the work of JMW Turner - shaped by the effects of environmental damage. Premiere 1 Nov 2019 at The Gulbenkian, Canterbury (link: https://tinyurl.com/y3u6rcgr) tinyurl.com/y3u6rcgr - contact info@petercoyte.com for bookings.

Touring Nationally 2020 

Thursday, February 13th, The Capstone Theatre, Liverpool, L6 1HP 

http://www.thecapstonetheatre.com/whatson/angel-field-festival-figures-in-a-floating-landscape.html

Wednesday, February 19th, Arts Academy, Sunderland College, SR3 4AH

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/figures-in-a-floating-landscape-tickets-76764150641

The Unfolding Sky - Turner in The North (2013) commissioned by Festival of The North East ‘Great show. It was a beautiful evening and the show went down really well. I thought it was a particularly good piece of work, so well done!’Kevin Wallace N.Tyneside Arts Development Officer  

‘Wonderful -  I could have watched it all again’Audience member Tynemouth Priory

‘Stimulating use of the environment: never seen anything like this.’  

‘Excellent! Saw the painting in the costumes!’ Audience members Bowes Museum Co Durham  

2011

One Small Step/One More Step Apollo Pavilion, Easington, County Durham

‘As well as the glorious dancing, music, costumes and artwork, somehow the (Apollo) Pavilion is also a star of the show. I also like the bit-part, small boys on bikes and scooters…!’ Tony Griffiths photographer One Small Step/One More Step created for Apollo Pavilion Co Durham