This French radio feature discusses my friend Leese Walker's company Strike Anywhere. She and her company did a Soundpainting at the class I teach at BAM. Take a listen.
Soundpainting was created by New York composer Walter Thompson in the late 1970s. It allies music, painting, poetry, puppetry, dancing and visual art. In the past five years, this new artform has successfully crossed the Atlantic, in part thanks to the efforts of Christophe Cagnolari and his Anitya troupe. Anitya premiered Macbeth on 6 November in Paris, in collaboration with the New York soundpainting group Strike Anywhere.