Buoys Buoys Buoys
Buoys Buoys Buoys is a Swansea-born bard working in live performance, costume, and installation.
While exhibiting in gallery spaces, immersive club environments, and cabaret stages throughout the UK they engage with the overarching and eclectic themes in their work: Queer masculinity, contemporary ritual magic, and working class Welsh folk culture.
On a mission to build joyous spectacles in all their work and drawing from the carnivalesque and absurd, Buoys Buoys Buoys is using their practice as a vessel to engage communities in the retelling of Welsh mythologies through laughter and bizarre public play.
As well as developing solo work, Buoys Buoys Buoys is currently a member of two ongoing collaborative projects:
OOPARTs is a sculpture and performance project with Bristol-based artist Ben Hartley.
OOPARTs is about objects and how they act as vessels for the stories bestowed on them through folk tradition and community play, and their importance in the construction of heritage and identity.
PLAGUE STONE PARTY is an experimental theatre company with actor and writer Ozzy Algar. With a focus on creating immersive storytelling experiences through the queering of Celtic folktales, PLAGUE STONE PARTY’s first major project ‘Farewell, Tor’ can be seen at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2023. (instagram.com/plaguestoneparty)