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C.3.3. is a project inspired by Her Majesty’s Prison Reading . Tracing the history of the location through to the present current political and social situation, the piece invokes the harsh realities of Victorian and modern day Britain.


The title C.3.3. is drawn from the cell number where the literary figure Oscar Wilde was incarcerated in Reading Gaol under gross indecency charges. C.3.3. was the pseudonym used for the publication ‘The Ballad of Reading Gaol’ a poem about the execution of a fellow inmate and former soldier.

This work draws upon the writings of Wilde's poem and the horrors of prison life for a condemned man, as a metaphor for the universal predicament of all humankind. It also references philosopher Michel Foucault's 'Discipline and Punish' with it's theories on 'the history of the institution', 'architectures of surveiliance' and 'schools of crime'.


'C.3.3. - Ballad of Reading Gaol - The Cacophonietta' a sonic rendition of Wilde's poem organised as controlled disturbance in four movements, due for release 2013.


C.3.3. Ballad of Reading Gaol, performed by Jamrozy accompanied by Roz Corrigan premiered at 'Transit Station International Performance Art in Action in Art' at the Danish Royal Academy of Fine Art in Copenhagen, Denmark, 17/18/19 April 2010

Copenhagen live

The Horse Hospital, Bloomsbury, London.
Saturday June 4th 2011.

Die Schaubühne Lindenfels, Leipzig, Germany,
courtesy of WGT Festival,
Sunday June 12th 2011.


C.3.3. MIF, Olomouc, Czech Republic - Acousticon

C.3.3. WGT, Leipzig - Iron Town

C.3.3. Laznia Gdansk Poland - Blood and Wine

C.3.3. London, Horse Hospital - Gallows Tree

with 'Grassy' Noel Macken poem and Agent Simon visual mix.

C.3.3. Tracks from the forthcoming album
with visual mixes Jamrozy/Corrigan/Agent Simon

Movement I - The Wistful Eye

Movement II - Iron Town

Movement III - Gallows Tree

Movement IV - The Devils Own Brigade


C.3.3. Transitstation Copenhagen Short excerpt (1'31'')

C.3.3. Transitstation Copenhagen Long excerpt (9'26'')


C.3.3. Ballad of Reading Gaol - The Cacophonietta

CD and download available soon