Interdisciplinary art exhibition
poetry and installation
The exhibition consists of five sculptural movements connected as one installation. Together Alastair Hesp and performance group Kant Fabrik (DK) have created a sensuous installation that moves through fragile states of poetic creation, with the aim of inviting the audience into a concealed process.
Voice in a Room, 2022
Winner of the Rosamund Prize
Voice In a Room is a piece born from a collaboration with musician and composer Alice Brookes. The piece explores nuances in repetition and reversed, flipped and backwards text.
"Alastair and I worked together on this piece in preparation for the 2022 Rosamond Prize. We were thrilled to have won the competition but moreover are humbled to have met each other and established a strong and continuing collaborative relationship."
- Alice Brookes
Lausitzer Sessions, 2015
In the small hours of 6th August 2015,
Alastair Hesp and experimental percussionist
Tatu Rönkkö performed and recorded in Emmaus-Ölberg church in Kreuzberg, Berlin.
These recordings are what emerged.
Unwindowed cellars I
Unwindowed cellars II