Presented at HKU Graduation Show, "The Girl Who Floated Up", was a live performance featuring an egg-frying, cola-pouring Me, alongside a soundscape. The soundscape featured amplifications of found sounds and spoken word along with original music.
Photos by Studio Lea Groeliker
Does Anybody Have a Lemon?
Performance, June 2016.
"Does Anybody Have a Lemon?" was created with artist Astrid Bode (Belgium). It was accompanied by a voice recording addressing the spectator and giving voice to the speakers existential boredom.
Get Me Outta Here
Installation, October 2016.
"Get Me Outta Here" was created with Astrid Bode (Belgium). It was one of a series of investigations into live discombobulated presence.
This compilation shows moments of improvisation during the working process of Britt and Astrid Bode (Belgium).
Digital Image, 2016.
The photo series captures and contrasts mundane scenery with saturated colour as an ode to the memory of last night's rave. The neon colours provide an escape from the surroundings.
PL #5 The Girl Who Floated Up
Performance lecture in personal studio at HKU, December 2016.
PL #5 examined process and progress of research while introducing the plan to create several "mediated monsters" to be used as vessels for recorded material and voices.
'Rolly Polly' is a piece of writing by Britt at the basis of a current exploration. Text will be spoken aloud alongside a recorded soundscape.
Song Of Myself
Theatre performance as part of Taking Flight Festival, Reeve Theatre, April 2014.
Creation/Direction/Costume/Set: Britt van Groningen
'Song of Myself' was a 40 minute piece created by Britt and the ensemble using the poetry of Walt Whitman's 'Leaves of Grass'.
I Stopped Wearing Perfume The Day That You Died I Smell Like Your Hand On My Cheek
Magazine page, Permanent Marker, November 2016.
Part of a series of "ready mades", the piece existed as a sort of label to a tall cupboard attempting to draw a connection between the feeling of the door in the user's hand with the touch of hand on cheek experienced by the writer's grandfather.