And We’ll Always Be A Disco.. Elaine Mitchener performance


Sat 11 May | 3pm a performance by Elaine Mitchener
Free, no booking required

As part of And We’ll Always Be A Disco In the Glow of Love Ain Bailey has invited three artists, Elaine Mitchener, Hannah Catherine Jones and Rebecca Bellantoni to perform live within the space across three weekends in May, responding directly to the context of the exhibition. Each performance will take place within the exhibition setting and will last for approximately 20-minutes.

Born and raised in East London of Jamaican heritage, Elaine Mitchener is a contemporary vocal-movement artist and composer who has worked leading artists as: Moor Mother, Mark Padmore, The Otolith Group, Sonia Boyce, David Toop, Tansy Davies, Van Huynh Co, Irvine Arditti, Apartment House, London Sinfonietta, Steve Beresford, Christian Marclay, Phil Minton, George E. Lewis, Jason Yarde, Alexander Hawkins. Her UK/European performances include: Bimhuis, Café Oto, 56th Venice Biennale, ICA London, Southbank Centre, Maerzmusik/SAVVY Contemporary, London Contemporary Music Festival. She is co-founder of experimental jazz group Hawkins/Mitchener Quartet; founder of electro-acoustic trio The Rolling Calf and featured vocalist with ensemble Apartment House.


Photo credit: Jana Chiellino


Audio Recording 



Cubitt Gallery is part of an artist-led organisation based in Islington, London. We promote innovative curatorial practice with an 18-month Bursary, supporting curators at the beginning of their careers.

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