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Dom Bouffard is a London born, Anglo French-Algerian guitarist, composer, and interdisciplinary artist who Pop Matters have called a writer and musician of both combustible aggression and intense, mathematical precision.’  He began his career in the UK alternative rock bands, Sona Fariq and Queen Adreena, in the early 2000’s, since working with artists including Lou Reed, Rufus Wainwright, Daniel Hope, Coco Rosie and Budgie. His projects in theatre and contemporary dance have included collaborations with Robert Wilson, Victoria Chaplin, Marianna Kavallieratos and Charles Chemin, while his radio works have been shortlisted for the Karl Szcuka and Kriegsblinden prizes. ’Tower of Babel’, a collaboration with Robert Wilson, won the 2017 Deutscher Hörspielpreis. His compositions have been performed by major interpreters including Ludi Quartet Kernow and Sergio Sorrentino, with work exhibited and performed at Musée du Louvre, Berliner Festspieler, The Watermill Center and CPR (NY), Menagerie de Verre (Paris) and National Theatre Craiova (Romania) among others. He recently created iterations of an immersive performance, Vengeful Ghost, at Snape Maltings’ Festival of New (with collaborators including Lia Mice) and at Sevil Dolmaci Gallery, Istanbul. He has ongoing collaborations with London-born 'sound maker' Nick Burge and Italian interdisciplinary artist Adelaide Cioni, with whom he has co-created dance works at Mimosa House and St James's Church, Piccadilly. His solo art show [Un]Reliable Witness will run at Gallery 46, Whitechapel from 27th June to 14th July 2024.





Photo: Adrian Callaghan

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