PART 1 Exhibition with poetic text
PART 2 Exhibition with music
PART 3 Radio story mode with ambient soundtrack
PART 4 Theatrical Image 1 transition
PART 5 Film with music
PART 6 Theatrical Image 2 transition
PART 7 Concert mode with images
PART 8 Theatrical Image 3 coda

7 Avalanche Books
14 Steps Photographs
Snow text adapted from a short story by Ted Hughes
Snow a film (camera, optical printing and editing)
Projected textures and theatrical Images

Flirting with Oblivion 9 poems
Avalanche Thoughts No 6 for electric piano
Snowdronia for accordion, cello, sax & electric piano
Avalanche Thoughts No 3, 4, 5, 1 for piano
Sound textures and processing
PianoTania Chen
 Woman's voice Anastasia Hille
 Man's voice Boyd Clack
 Accordion Ian Hill
 Cello Nick Cooper
 Tenor sax Philip Poppy
 Electric piano AP
 Lighting David Lovett
 Live sound mix AP
 Video mix JB
 Producer Kit Baker
 ANDREW POPPY was one of the first British composers to mix a minimalist style with other influences. He was signed to the maverick pop label ZTT records in 1984 and his first CD, The Beating of Wings, enjoyed international success. Making both notated scores and studio productions, he has pursued a career that spans music-theatre, contemporary concert music and dance. Commissions include Horn Horn (Royal Liverpool Philharmonic), Uranium Miners (The Garden Venture at the Royal Opera House), Ophelia/Ophelia (an ISCM-nominated work for the Copenhagen City of Culture) and Baby Doll (the National Theatre Studio/Leicester Haymarket Theatre). His most recent CD, Tardis, has been presented as a sound installation by the National Review of Live Art at the Tramway in Glasgow.

 BARDSLEY AND POPPY have worked together on several projects over the past twelve years. Bardsley directed premieres of Poppy's chamber operas and Poppy has made scores for a number of Bardsley's theatre productions, including Therese Raquin (Young Vic), Macbeth, and The Family Reunion (Leicester Haymarket). They co-produced the film Snow, which in addition to its Edinburgh Film Festival screening has been exhibited at the 1st Greenwich Film Festival and the 10th Madrid Experimental Cinema Festival.

 TANIA CHEN, a recent recipient of a Shelley Scholarship, studied piano at The Royal College of Music in London and with John Tilbury at Goldsmiths College, where she received a distinction in Performance and Related studies for her Masters degree. Tania specialises in contemporary music and has given performances of works by John Cage, Morton Feldman, Earle Brown, Yuji Takahashi, Michael Parsons, Graham Fitkin, Laurence Crane and Chris Newman, as well as being an active improviser. She has recently recorded pieces by Cornelius Cardew with UK based ensemble Apartment House. She has worked with Andrew Poppy on a number of occasions. In 2000 she premiered a selection of Fruits and Shavings, 23 pieces for piano and in 2001 performed in Weighing the Measure, a new ensemble work. Engagements in 2002 include performances in Innsbruck, Berlin, London and Glasgow.

 DAVID LOVETT trained at the Chelsea School of Art and Design, in London. After working in a number of British repertory theatres and on the European touring scene, David Lovett worked with Julia Bardsley and Kit Baker whilst resident at Almeida Theatre in London. He was a visiting lecturer at the Central School of Speech and Drama, and at the Theatre Department of Croydon College. His lighting design is concentrated on contemporary works especially opera, music and dance. He has lit work for Extemporary Dance, Scottish Opera, Attic Theatre, Garsington Opera, Almeida Theatre, Newcastle Playhouse and Northern Symphonia. He was the lighting associate on Alan Rickman's Hamlet. David worked on the realizing of John Cage's installation piece Essay in the Espai Poblenou, Barcelona and on the tour of Cage's Europeras 3&4. For the Aldeburgh Festival he lit the world premiere of Tavener's Mary of Egypt. Working with Pierre Audi, he lit works by De Pablo and Berio at the Centro Dramatico Nacional, Madrid. He was also responsible for the re-lighting of Robert Wilson's Hamletmachine on the European tour. Other credits include work with Ute Lemper and Steve Montague. He now lives in New York.

 KIT BAKER has worked on the production and administration of theatre, opera, music, dance and visual arts events in the UK, Germany, Portugal, Poland, Siberia and the US. He worked with Pierre Audi at the Almeida Theater in London on many projects including the International Festival of Contemporary Music and Performance. He was assistant director and production manager for four productions by Transformtheater Berlin, including Henryk Baranowski's Jeff Award-winning production of Peepshow. He is also a writer, and directed a production of his play Fire in the Shadows at the American Living Room at Here. He is currently the Development Associate of GAle GAtes et al. and Art Becofksy Associates, while also working on a number of independent artist management and development projects.