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Hannah Rose Stewart & Blackhaine, ‘MIASMA’ (2022). Curated by Madalina Stanescu. Performance view. Photo by 1engua. Courtesy Trauma Bar Und Kino, Berlin.
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Hannah Rose Stewart & Blackhaine, ‘MIASMA’ (2022). Curated by Madalina Stanescu. Performance view. Photo by 1engua. Courtesy Trauma Bar Und Kino, Berlin.
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Hannah Rose Stewart & Blackhaine, ‘MIASMA’ (2022). Curated by Madalina Stanescu. Performance view. Photo by 1engua. Courtesy Trauma Bar Und Kino, Berlin.
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Hannah Rose Stewart & Blackhaine, ‘MIASMA’ (2022). Curated by Madalina Stanescu. Performance view. Photo by 1engua. Courtesy Trauma Bar Und Kino, Berlin.
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Hannah Rose Stewart & Blackhaine, ‘MIASMA’ (2022). Curated by Madalina Stanescu. Performance view. Photo by 1engua. Courtesy Trauma Bar Und Kino, Berlin.
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Hannah Rose Stewart & Blackhaine, ‘MIASMA’ (2022). Curated by Madalina Stanescu. Performance view. Photo by 1engua. Courtesy Trauma Bar Und Kino, Berlin.
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Hannah Rose Stewart & Blackhaine, ‘MIASMA’ (2022). Curated by Madalina Stanescu. Installation view. Photo by 1engua. Courtesy Trauma Bar Und Kino, Berlin.
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Hannah Rose Stewart & Blackhaine, ‘MIASMA’ (2022). Curated by Madalina Stanescu. Installation view. Photo by 1engua. Courtesy Trauma Bar Und Kino, Berlin.
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Hannah Rose Stewart & Blackhaine, ‘MIASMA’ (2022). Curated by Madalina Stanescu. Performance view. Photo by 1engua. Courtesy Trauma Bar Und Kino, Berlin.
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Hannah Rose Stewart & Blackhaine, ‘MIASMA’ (2022). Curated by Madalina Stanescu. Performance view. Photo by 1engua. Courtesy Trauma Bar Und Kino, Berlin.
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Hannah Rose Stewart & Blackhaine, ‘MIASMA’ (2022). Curated by Madalina Stanescu. Performance view. Photo by 1engua. Courtesy Trauma Bar Und Kino, Berlin.
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Hannah Rose Stewart & Blackhaine, ‘MIASMA’ (2022). Curated by Madalina Stanescu. Performance view. Photo by 1engua. Courtesy Trauma Bar Und Kino, Berlin.
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Hannah Rose Stewart & Blackhaine, ‘MIASMA’ (2022). Curated by Madalina Stanescu. Performance view. Photo by 1engua. Courtesy Trauma Bar Und Kino, Berlin.
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Hannah Rose Stewart & Blackhaine, ‘MIASMA’ (2022). Curated by Madalina Stanescu. Performance view. Photo by 1engua. Courtesy Trauma Bar Und Kino, Berlin.
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Hannah Rose Stewart & Blackhaine, ‘MIASMA’ (2022). Curated by Madalina Stanescu. Performance view. Photo by 1engua. Courtesy Trauma Bar Und Kino, Berlin.
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Hannah Rose Stewart & Blackhaine, ‘MIASMA’ (2022). Curated by Madalina Stanescu. Performance view. Photo by 1engua. Courtesy Trauma Bar Und Kino, Berlin.
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Hannah Rose Stewart & Blackhaine, ‘MIASMA’ (2022). Curated by Madalina Stanescu. Performance view. Photo by 1engua. Courtesy Trauma Bar Und Kino, Berlin.
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Hannah Rose Stewart & Blackhaine, ‘MIASMA’ (2022). Curated by Madalina Stanescu. Performance view. Photo by 1engua. Courtesy Trauma Bar Und Kino, Berlin.

Dread, mourning & alienation in Hannah Rose Stewart & Blackhaine’s ‘MIASMA’ neo-noir A/V performance

, 9 January 2023

MIASMA video, installation, and performance by Hannah Rose Stewart and Blackhaine was on at Berlin’s Trauma Bar Und Kino on October 12, 2022.

Hannah Rose Stewart & Blackhaine, ‘MIASMA’ (2022). Curated by Madalina Stanescu. Performance view. Photo by 1engua. Courtesy Trauma Bar Und Kino, Berlin.

Interdisciplinary artist Stewart joined forces with experimental musician, rapper and choreographer Tom Heyes to create an immersive A/V experience invoking the grotesque, absurd and taboo provocations of Japanese dance theatre Butoh, along with touches of 3D game design and neo-noir film. It’s central motif of a ghostly white car in an eerily desolate environment follows the central theme of “lostness”, activated by live interventions, music, and filmography designed computer graphics game engine Unreal Engine 5 by Filip Setmanuk.

Set in an unnamed coastal town in the two artists’ Northern England and a gesture to late-k-punk philosopher Mark Fisher’s writings on failed futures Ghosts of My Life, characters and actors “stagger past illegible signs of defunct businesses in a town that seems compact yet eerily vacuous.”**

Hannah Rose Stewart & Blackhaine’s MIASMA video, installation, and performance was on at Berlin’s Trauma Bar Und Kino on October 12, 2022.

Hannah Rose Stewart & Blackhaine announce MIASMA at Trauma Bar und Kino, October 22

30 September 2022

MIASMA video, installation, and performance by Hannah Rose Stewart and Blackhaine was on at Berlin’s Trauma Bar Und Kino on October 12, 2022.

Hannah Rose Stewart & Blackhaine, ‘MIASMA’ (2022). Curated by Madalina Stanescu. Performance view. Photo by 1engua. Courtesy Trauma Bar Und Kino, Berlin.

Interdisciplinary artist Stewart joined forces with experimental musician, rapper and choreographer Tom Heyes to create an immersive A/V experience invoking the grotesque, absurd and taboo provocations of Japanese dance theatre Butoh, along with touches of 3D game design and neo-noir film. It’s central motif of a ghostly white car in an eerily desolate environment follows the central theme of “lostness”, activated by live interventions, music, and filmography designed computer graphics game engine Unreal Engine 5 by Filip Setmanuk.

Set in an unnamed coastal town in the two artists’ Northern England and a gesture to late-k-punk philosopher Mark Fisher’s writings on failed futures Ghosts of My Life, characters and actors “stagger past illegible signs of defunct businesses in a town that seems compact yet eerily vacuous.”**

Hannah Rose Stewart & Blackhaine’s MIASMA video, installation, and performance was on at Berlin’s Trauma Bar Und Kino on October 12, 2022.

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MIASMA video, installation, and performance by Hannah Rose Stewart and Blackhaine was on at Berlin’s Trauma Bar Und Kino on October 12, 2022.

Hannah Rose Stewart & Blackhaine, ‘MIASMA’ (2022). Curated by Madalina Stanescu. Performance view. Photo by 1engua. Courtesy Trauma Bar Und Kino, Berlin.

Interdisciplinary artist Stewart joined forces with experimental musician, rapper and choreographer Tom Heyes to create an immersive A/V experience invoking the grotesque, absurd and taboo provocations of Japanese dance theatre Butoh, along with touches of 3D game design and neo-noir film. It’s central motif of a ghostly white car in an eerily desolate environment follows the central theme of “lostness”, activated by live interventions, music, and filmography designed computer graphics game engine Unreal Engine 5 by Filip Setmanuk.

Set in an unnamed coastal town in the two artists’ Northern England and a gesture to late-k-punk philosopher Mark Fisher’s writings on failed futures Ghosts of My Life, characters and actors “stagger past illegible signs of defunct businesses in a town that seems compact yet eerily vacuous.”**

Hannah Rose Stewart & Blackhaine’s MIASMA video, installation, and performance was on at Berlin’s Trauma Bar Und Kino on October 12, 2022.

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