Che Kevlin is one half of Projection of Circumstance, a collaboration with Mariya Ustymenko. Their first project together was created in 2009 and dealt with notions of time, space and memory within the context of personal experience influenced by outside causes. The encounter of the two artists, a projection of circumstance in itself, led to the creation of the company. The Escape Artist, followed shortly and explored second chances through live performance, video art and site-specific installation. Nostalgia 2012 is their current project, following a successful launch at the Lakeside Theatre in spring 2012, incorporating performance, film and installation. “Reflecting on childhood, adolescence and adulthood, I attempt to challenge an understanding of self, the nature of others and the effect influential figures and surrounding circumstances have on us.” Nostalgia 2012 is now available for tour bookings, please click here for further information.
Che originally studied Performance and Visual Art (Theatre) at the University of Brighton, Drama at The University of Essex and will be starting his MA in Performance Making at Goldsmiths University. Mariya is currently a PhD candidate at the Department of Literature, Film and Theatre Studies at the University of Essex and is a photographer.
Details of Projection of Circumstance projects can be viewed at www.projectionofcircumstance.blogspot.com