Graham Foster (Musician, Performance
Graham Foster is a musician and performer in physical theatre.
He plays bass, stick and samplers / electronics. In the eighties he played in
various bands and was involved in several multi-media projects and installations.
In the nineties Graham was a vital member of the BET4 performance team, in a role
of musician and physical performer.
In the last three years Graham has
played bass and electronics in the experimental improvisational quintet, Borderline
Guerillas. He is multi-skilled coupled with a high level of creativity. Graham
was a key performer and contributor to the writing and direction of the recent
Polarities performances by Symbiosis.
In addition to the BET
4 work, Graham has appeared in a number of performance art events with Peter
James at Nottingham Trent University as dancer, performer / musician between 1999
and 2001. Since 2001, he has been mainly involved in the improvising group Borderline
Guerillas, where, in addition to playing concerts he records, re-mixes and produces
CD's of the group's output, including their recent collaborations with Lol
Coxhill, the veteran improvising jazz saxophonist. He is one of the artists
guesting in Walt Shaw's current series of performances, Timepoints, appearing
in Birmingham and Burton shows.