Kathryn Williams recital, with Jessica Aszodi at University of Huddersfield
University of Huddersfield presents a first outing of Williams and Aszodi’s collaborative project in development: Vagus Correspondences. The vagus nerve is the longest and most complex cranial nerve, responsible for vital sensory activities and motor information within the body. The performer/devisors are building a hyper-personal, body-centric piece, from stream of consciousness texts, correspondences, exercises and recordings. The finished work will relay narratives of their travels, music-making, embodied activities, and everyday interactions. This performance features a short excerpt born from the earliest stages of the Vagus’ development.