[NetBehaviour] A Mini Festival of the Apocalypse - music for the Anthropocene
jakeharries at gmail.com
Wed Jul 18 14:45:32 CEST 2018
Access Space presents an event featuring artists working with sound, code,
organic and inorganic materials, and the detritus, be it physical or
digital, of the Anthropocene Epoch in which we live.
Friday 27 July at 19:30–23:00. Tickets £6 from
Vicky Clarke: MATERIALITY:
Sound sculpture to interface the physical & digital.
MATERIALITY explores sound sculpture as a medium to interface with Ableton
music software via Arduino & DIY electronics. VICKY CLARKE has researched
the sonic properties of glass & metal materials, working at London
Sculpture Studio & the National Glass Centre, and the results are new
sculptural instruments & a new physical/digital performance system. The
process will be documented online with any code/schematics made available
as open source. MATERIALITY has been funded by Arts Council England.
Bokkusu brings together three of Sheffield’s most creative improvisers
playing an array of musical and found objects. Metal, plastics, and a
little acoustic techno.
CHARLIE COLLINS (percussion & objects) is a creative percussionist, free
polyrhythmic drummer, and sound artist, based in the UK.
DEREK SAW (trumpets) has worked in free improvisation and experimental jazz
since his move to Sheffield, UK, in the mid 1970s.
LYN HODNETT (voice & things) is an artist, teacher and vocalist based in
is a collaboration between live coder Alex McLean and singer/guitarist Jake
Harries, a bridge between semi-improvised pop and live coded techno,
brought to life with unsolicited tales of sex, food, death and market
economics. They will also be using e-waste and the tiny sounds of dead
ALEX MCLEAN is an artist, musician and researcher. As well as Silicone Bake
he's part of Slub (slub.org
co-founded the Algorave collective (algorave.com
and performs solo as Yaxu (yaxu.org
JAKE HARRIES is an artist, musician and vocalist. A former member of
Sheffield industrial band Chakk (facebook.com/chakkmusic) and chillout
pioneers, Heights of Abraham (tinyurl.com/ybadjo42
If you can't make this fund raising event perhaps you would like to give a
donation via http://facebook.com/accessspace. Thank you.
All the best
Jake Harries, Director of Arts and Innovation
www.access-space.org +44(0)114 249 5522
3-7 Sidney St, Sheffield, S1 4RG, UK
jake at access-space.org
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