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Jane Bustin
The Nijinsky project – Faun Performance and Installation

Faun is a performative installation by artist Jane Bustin, inspired by Nijinsky’s iconic work, the first modernist ballet, L’après-midi d’un faune. Bustin presents six artworks each featuring the 1933 biography of Nijinsky by his wife Romola. The live premiere performance conceived by the artist, features her son, dancer Isaac Gryn, alongside  a deconstructed version of Debussy’s original composition, especially composed by pianist and artistic director of the Ives Ensemble, John Snijders. The installation explores themes of structure and geometry found within relationships of nature and nurture, perfection and failure.

Dancer: Isaac Gryn

Pianist: John Snijders

Pre-registration required / walk-ins will be admitted depending on capacity. Places are limited so please register here in advance.

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Where

King George V Room, Marriott London County Hall

Westminster Bridge Rd, SE1 7PB

Nearest tube:
8 min walk from Waterloo Station
8 min walk from Lambeth North Station
6 min walk from Westminster Station

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Time

6:30pm – 8:45pm

Extra info

Schedule
Performances at: 6.30pm, 7.30pm and 8.30pm
performance running time: 12 minutes

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