I am one of the participating artists in ‘Drawing Towards Sound’ curated by David Ryan.
Historical works by Artists: Pierre Boulez/ George Brecht/ Earle Brown/ James Brooks/ John Cage/ Cornelius Cardew/ Morton Feldman/ Iannis Xenakis
Contemporary works by: Hallveig Agústsdóttir / Sam Belinfante / Vicki Bennett / Carl Bergstrom-Nielsen / Laura Buckley / Alvin Curran / Tom Dale / Vinko Globokar / Christophe Guiraud / Roman Haubenstock-Ramati / Neil Henderson / Richard Hoadley / Joan Key / Catherine Konz / John Lely / Michelle Lewis-King / Anestis Logothetis / Onyee Lo / Anton Lukoszevieze / Farah Mulla / Rie Nakajima / Luigi Nono / Marianthi Papalexandri-Alexandri / Michael Parsons / Simon Payne / Helen Petts / Lauren Redhead / Aura Satz / Thomas Smetryns / Jennifer Walshe / John Wollaston / Christian Wolff
This exhibitions examines the interface between the visual and the aural through notation, documentation, performance and video/moving image. Each of these aspects are currently being explored from many different perspectives by contemporary composers, musicians, visual artists, and film/videographers. Its basic starting point is the historical graphic score/‘new’ notational practices of the modernist avant-garde and how sound is captured and communicated.
University of Greenwich, Steven Lawrence Gallery, Private View March 3rd.
I am also proud to announce that I have been chosen (as one of five artists) to have my research project ‘Pulse Project’ hosted for 2015 by the global peer review curatorial platform PROJECT ANYWHERE.
To see all the projects (past and present): http://www.projectanywhere.net/
To see my project:
In January, I was on the Resonance FM London (January 31st 2015) talking with Jude Cowan Montague and Rebecca Feiner about my acupuncture and art practice:
(I speak at about 10 minutes into the show).
Listen to the show here: https://www.mixcloud.com/Resonance/143000-the-news-agents-320kbps-3/
This Thursday at Spike Island ‘the Bristol-based collective the Collect are bringing presenting an evening of games made and inspired by artist using ‘card games, board games, dice games, chess games, puzzle games, hard games, easy games, experiments, follies and adventures’ and they have kindly asked me to contribute my Fluxus inspired audience participation instruction piece, “Flux Off’! Here is a link to an earlier post of this work:
If you are out and about in Bristol, go!! The event opens at 6pm and the cafe will be serving pizza and refreshments. See link for details:
Fluxing the Manifesto! Re-working the Artist/Audience Divide. See: http://visualisecambridge.org/?p=490
In January I was very kindly asked to take part in an event called ‘Future Fluxus’, celebrating the 50th anniversary of Fluxus, by organiser, curator and director of Cambridge’s Visualise public art program Bronac Ferran.
Conducting my performance as research, I asked members of the audience to re-work and rethink George Manciuna’s fluxus manifesto. Below is my ‘instruction piece’ and the audience responses which together recreated and documented a contemporary interpretation of Fluxus:
Here is George Manciuna’s original: Here is my instruction piece for Fluxus participants:
Below (and the one displayed at the top of this post) is the body of work not only ‘completed’ as per instruction but recreated and reinterpreted by the Future Fluxus ‘audience’ –
Here is a link to the event: