As a new artistic project, ‘Unbound’ is seeking to collaborate with artists, performers, writers, poets and researchers across the world interested in the questions of multilingual expression and language creativity in a variety of settings and contexts.
‘Unbound’ is funded (2018 small grant programme) by the Language Acts and Worldmaking project.
Current collaborators include:
Alo Allik, sound artist, Centre for Digital Music, Queen Mary University of London
Alo is an Estonian sound artist who has performed his live coded electronic music and generative computer graphics throughout the world. His aesthetically and geographically restless lifestyle has enabled him to traverse a diverse range of musical worlds including DJ-ing electronic dance music, live electronic jam sessions, electroacoustic composition, free improvisation and audiovisual performances. Alo is a postdoctoral researcher at the Centre 4 Digital Music, Queen Mary University of London since 2015.
Catherine Boyle, Director Language Acts and Worldmaking, King’s College London
Catherine is Professor of Latin American Cultural Studies at King’s College London. She has published widely on Latin American culture, theatre and performance and women’s writing and gender. She is a translator of Latin American theatre and poetry. Catherine Boyle is the Principal Investigator for Language Acts and Worldmaking and the project’s strand lead for Translation Acts.
Robert Šantek, freelance voice over artist and radio host, Yammat FMRadio, Zagreb
Robert is a freelance voice-over artist and radio host at Yammat FMradio, Zagreb, Croatia. Parallel to his voice acting in television, animated movies and commercials he has worked as a translator, interpreter and as screen writer for television gameshows. He grew up bilingual (Croatian and German) and is fluent in French and English. In his free time he sings in the Early Music Consort “Otium”.
Pierre Elliot is an actor and a native French speaker based in London. He has recently graduated from the Guildhall School of Music and Drama and has worked with BBC4 radio since then.
Emily-Céline Thompson trained at Guildhall school of Music and Drama on their three year acting course, and also graduated with distinction and a first class degree in French and Drama from Bristol university. She is half French, but has been brought up and lived in London for most of her life when her family moved here.