“It’s more about movement than dance; and those movements have only been arrived at through long, drawn out exercises in stripping away layer upon layer of socially conditioned thought and action to eventually reveal the twitching, pulsing sentient being suffocating underneath”.
“Trans/Human, an electronics duo featuring Project Godie’s co-director Adam Denton [and Luke Twyman] both of them heads down intent on sonically agitating the air in the room. All or nothing’s happening in terms of sound, other than a rising hum which is less about volume than a cushioning density as the duo manipulate their tools to abstract something like shapes from the air”.
“Project Godie’s multiple art platform for investigating cultural links between the northeast of England and Japan at once fills out and humanises the history of economic exchanges and memories of war binding two cultures on opposite sides of the world”.
Review of Project Godie Live Events: Kopf, Biba. The Wire. (2016, November). On Site. Exhibitions, installations,etc. p.83
Project Godie Live Events (12th and 13th of August 2016, All Saint’s Church, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK) Co – Produced by Surface Area Dance Theatre and Adam Denton. Choreography and Direction by Vangeline. Featured dance artist, Molly Procter, Vangeline and Nicole Vivien Watson, with sonics by Trans/Human. Costume design and creation by Katerina Dipla, lighting design by Louise Gregory. Documented by Aaron Guy.