1. Field Trip: Growing Sweet Potato Slips

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    Field Trip! with Jenny Jackson Watch more Field Trip! episodes > https://vimeo.com/channels/gofieldtrip

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    • PSA - You Decide

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      Jenny Jackson of Jenny-Jackson Farm on chemicals, food and customers. http://www.growmovie.net/

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      • [S]urge - Jenny Jackson

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        Tom Owen - Conductor This piece exploits the relationship between physical and musical space as experienced by the audience. It grew out of experimentation with the notion of perspective in both audio and visual terms, so that there is a tension in the work between what the eye perceives as foreground, for instance, and what the ear hears. The conflation of the visual (including what is hidden) and the aural is explored in this work, suggestive of the theatricality of musical performance. This performance was part of the Platform 4 Brandenburg Project, 18th-20th April 2013.

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        • JennyJackson - Tableaux. April 2012

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          Tableau vivant: ‘a living picture’ or ‘a motionless performance in theatre’. A light-hearted sequence of five ‘sounding’ tableaux. Performed on the 28th April 2012.

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          • Hot Flush - Jenny jackson

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            Rather than adhering to the traditional roles of the instruments in the standard repertoire the quartet is treated as one, monochromatic, instrument. Inspired by the scores of Lutoslawski and Penderecki, blocks of texture internally evolve before changing register or dynamic abruptly. As the intensity of the opening loses strength, these blocks of textures are cut with much thinner, linear material - almost like connecting threads. There is a warmer passage towards the end of the piece in which the viola has a more melodic line, high in register and like a cry for help, which travels across swelling chords before the opening material dramatically resurfaces, but only for a short outburst. Cello - Charlie Hardwick, Viola - Natalie Roper Violins - Gavin Usher, Tom Davies. Performed during the Brandenburg project 18-20 April 2013.

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