Bog Body is an innovative audiovisual performance piece crafted around the drama of Forsyth’s voice, in collaboration with composer Ross Downes. Keeley Forsyth is a composer, singer and actor. Built upon sparse arrangements, Forsyth’s music is centred around a singular, emotionally raw and magnetic vocal delivery, by turns devastating and uplifting. Her debut album Debris was released in 2020, with the Sunday Times declaring it ‘one of the most remarkable albums in years.’ Ross Downes is a British musician and fine artist who composes darkly ambient, electronic, instrumental music. His recordings are filmic meditations combining atmospheric sound design with influences from ambient, minimal, industrial and contemporary classical music. In the last few years Downes has collaborated with artists on large exhibitions, such as Laure Prouvost’s installation Cockatoo Island at the Biennale of Sydney and Res-o-nant at the Jewish Museum.