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Live: Full Of Noises Archive Night #1 – Howlround + Ingrid Plum + Sybella Perry & Iain Woods + Helen Petts
Misplaced voices, memories by the shoreline, tape machine séance. Cumbria’s Full Of Noises festival presents a night of experiments and suspended understanding.
A bustling, often overwhelming celebration of the voice: its communicative abilities, its expressive range, its innumerable forms.
Live: 290516|MS[k]|TRw (Matthew Sergeant/Emma Lloyd + Tom Rose), The Yard Theatre & Club, London, 29/05/2016
ddmmyy present two long-form performance/installation pieces, rich in a detail about which I can only speculate.
Three solo musicians project themselves into the grand space of the Barbican concert hall.
Of private performance and intimate musical unity.
The psychedelia of countryside morning air; dribbling proclamations of love; the immediate past trampled into lo-fi sediment.
Soups of panic and blizzards of rubber balls.
Truth be told, I was worried about Soundscapes. My mind kept flitting back to one memory in particular: explaining my interest in sound art to my gran back in 2011. […]
Immersive lightsound and mathematical pattern, inspired by Ikeda’s recent CERN residency.
Two alternate perspectives on voice and language, in a set of new exhibitions at Bristol’s Arnolfini gallery.