THE BIRTH OF MEMORY, The Place, London, 2016

Choreographed and directed by Adam Benjamin with the dancers of Exim Dance Company, Emmett’s soundscape evolved from the hybridisation of dance, sound, space and digital technology. The Birth of Memory was performed at The Place, London in January 2016, whereabouts the music emphasises the interrelationships between performative space, the cognised environment and the dynamics of movement that draws upon integrative practice and the non-traditional exploration of acoustic space.

Adam Benjamin and Mathew Emmett have been exploring performative space within contemporary dance through a number of collaborative works, where upon the impetus for The Birth of Memory has grown from an interdisciplinary practice that interrogates the spatial qualities of memories locked within our bodies.

SPACE INTERFACE II, KARST + REDUX IVT, Plymouth, 2016

THIS IS WHERE WE ARE, Tate Modern, 2016

SIGNAL TRANSDUCTION, Lichtturm Solingen, Germany, 2016

SPACE INTERFACE, Weithorn Galerie, Düsseldorf, 2015

OPEN STATE, Tokyo Art Centre, Japan, 2015

THE MIRROR BLUR, Plymouth City Museum / TATE, 2015–2016

ERGOTIZED SPACE, Academy of Arts, Berlin, 2014

ILLEGAL ARCHITECT FILM SCORE, London, 2013

ASYNCHRONOUS PERCEPTION, Lucerne, Switzerland, 2013

VECTION BUILDER, The Roman Baths, Bath, 2010–2012

180° TRAUMA, Military Hospital, Germany, 2012

THE BOOK OF REVELATION, interpretative studies, 2004–

PSYCHOTROPIC SPACE & CAUSAL ENVIRONMENTS, 2011–

DRAWING, NOTATION, MAPPING & DIAGRAMS, 1996–

OVERLAID REALITIES, Cabinet Peninsula Arts, Plymouth, 2010

JURASSIC CHALLENGE, Dorset, 2004

3D SOUNDSCAPES, 2 Marsham Street, London, 2000

PERFORMATIVE SPACE, London, 1996–2007