Inga Tillere is a Latvian born London based visual artist and translator. She works with photography, film and video projections, often in collaboration with her partner Johny Brown. Current and upcoming projects include an audio-visual performance ‘Stationmaster's Dream’ with Johny Brown, Richard Strange and Maybury; artwork and design of two poetry volumes ‘The Hours’ and ‘Cosmopolitan Scum’, and ‘Field Notes II’ – a semi-fictional tale of Radio Joy, an online radio station she set up together with Brown in 2009. She works with Moloko Plus – a record label and publishing house in Germany, and translates for Riga Photography Biennial and Echo Gone Wrong: an online publication representing Baltic contemporary art scene.
Band of Holy Joy
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by Johny Brown and Inga Tillere
A selection of journal entries and radio plays that contributed to a pirate radio station project whose focus was the North Sea but whose span somehow reached most parts of the planet, a wayward tale if you like, of Radio Joy and the Drunken Boat.
. More information fieldnotesonline.com
Published by Routledge: Remote Performances in Nature and Architecture.
. More information www.remoteperformances.co.uk