LCC Degree Shows 2019: BA (Hons) Sound Arts and Design

Edwin Hind – Concrete and Green Acousmatic performance Time Variable Performance Lab Room M108 Edwin Hind under the banner of ‘Concrete and Green’ will perform a series of in-situ improvised works, inspired by the acousmatic concept and draws from Hind’s archive of field recordings and found sounds. The performances take place from behind a veil and include live … Continue reading LCC Degree Shows 2019: BA (Hons) Sound Arts and Design

Deptford X 2019

Sound artist Edwin Hind, under the banner of ‘Concrete and Green’, will perform a series of in-situ improvised work in the Crypt of St Nicholas Church of Deptford Green. The performances which are partially inspired by the acousmatic concept, drawn from Hind’s archive of recorded urban and rural sounds, and takes place from behind a … Continue reading Deptford X 2019

William Kentridge: The Head & the Load

Tate Modern joins forces with 14–18 NOW, the UK’s arts programme for the First World War centenary, to commemorate the significant contribution of African men and women in this conflict The world premiere of this major new work is performed against the dramatic backdrop of Tate Modern’s Turbine Hall. William Kentridge’s latest project combines music, dance, … Continue reading William Kentridge: The Head & the Load

Deptford X Festival 2018 : Edwin Hind / Concrete and Green

Edwin Hind / Concrete and Green The Crypt at St Nicholas' Church, Deptford Green, SE8 3DQ instagram.com/edwinhind Sound artist Edwin Hind under the banner of ‘Concrete and Green’ will perform a series of improvised in-situ works. Each performance is inspired by the acousmatic concept, draws from Hind’s archive of recorded urban and rural sounds, and … Continue reading Deptford X Festival 2018 : Edwin Hind / Concrete and Green

The Pop: Breaking Bread & Frozen Dinner, Soundscape by Edwin Hind / Concrete and Green

Breaking Bread: SONIC FEAST, 19 April 2108 Hosted by The Pop and Ace Hotel London Shoreditch Breaking Bread/Concrete and GreenSonic Feast/Concrete and Green Frozen Dinner: CHANGING STATES, 16 November 2107 A dinner intertwining arctic sound and flavours created by Food Artist and Anthropologist Caroline Hobkinson, specially composed soundscape by Sound Artist Edwin Hind / Concrete and Green. https://www.instagram.com/p/BbkguxoFQ9m/ Frozen … Continue reading The Pop: Breaking Bread & Frozen Dinner, Soundscape by Edwin Hind / Concrete and Green

Deptford X – Opening Event: Thu 21 Sep 18.00–21.00

https://www.facebook.com/ConcreteandGreen/videos/1648049088573106/   DESCRIPTION DEPTFORD X 2017, CONCRETE AND GREEN / EDWIN HIND WHERE: Crypt at St Nicholas’ Church, Deptford Green, SE8 3BU WHAT: Sound artist Edwin Hind under the banner of ‘Concrete and Green’ will perform a series of improvised in-situ works. Each performance is inspired by the acousmatic concept, draws from Hind’s archive of … Continue reading Deptford X – Opening Event: Thu 21 Sep 18.00–21.00

DEPTFORD X FRINGE 2017

Edwin Hind / Concrete and Green The Crypt at St Nicholas' Church, Deptford Green, SE8 3DQ Sound artist Edwin Hind under the banner of ‘Concrete and Green’ will perform a series of improvised in-situ works. Each performance is inspired by the acousmatic concept, draws from Hind’s archive of recorded urban and rural sounds, and takes … Continue reading DEPTFORD X FRINGE 2017

Deptford X 2017 Fringe

http://www.deptfordx.org/fringe/ “You have to let people do what they want. Goodwill is created by offering opportunities to artists and destroyed by weeding out the ‘not so hot’ ones... My advice is to include everyone” — Hijack Reality, Bob & Roberta Smith 2008 Deptford X 2017 Fringe will showcase the work of locally-based talent through an … Continue reading Deptford X 2017 Fringe

Philip Glass, Music in Twelve Parts – Barbican

https://youtu.be/50TCDj-g8U8   Spirited and spellbinding, Philip Glass’s minimalist masterpiece is performed in full by an ensemble featuring musicians closely associated with Glass’s music, led by James McVinnie and including Eliza McCarthy, Timo Andres, David Kaplan and more. Over the course of twelve movements, brief, elegant melodies interlock, developing slowly and almost imperceptibly, its trance-like structure … Continue reading Philip Glass, Music in Twelve Parts – Barbican

LULLABY FOR PAULINE: A CONCERT COMMEMORATING THE LIFE AND WORK OF PAULINE OLIVEROS WITH VOCAL CONSTRUCTIVISTS

https://www.cafeoto.co.uk/events/lullaby-for-pauline-oliveros/ https://soundcloud.com/innovadotmu/sound-patterns-1961 The Vocal Constructivists worked closely with American composer, philosopher, writer, activist, and visionary Pauline Oliveros, who passed away in November 2016. The group pays tribute to her life and work in a wide-ranging programme that draws from over six decades of her career. Featured works will include her 1961 Sound Patterns, awarded the … Continue reading LULLABY FOR PAULINE: A CONCERT COMMEMORATING THE LIFE AND WORK OF PAULINE OLIVEROS WITH VOCAL CONSTRUCTIVISTS

Tate – LORI E. ALLEN, THOMAS BRINKMANN

8 MARCH 2017 AT 20.00–23.00 http://www.tate.org.uk/whats-on/tate-modern/performance/wolfgang-tillmans-south-tank/lori-e-allen-thomas-brinkmann Enjoy live music by Lori E. Allen and Thomas Brinkmann with visuals from Wolfgang Tillmans Set within Wolfgang Tillman’s South Tank installation, Lori E. Allen and Tears|Ov will create electro-acoustic soundscapes, which will be followed by a live set by Thomas Brinkmann who will improvise around his ‘Klick’ and ‘What … Continue reading Tate – LORI E. ALLEN, THOMAS BRINKMANN

Screening and live performance: The Cabinet Of Dr Caligari // Freud Museum London

  Thu 2 February 2017 19:00 – 22:00 GMT LOCATION Freud Museum London, 20 Marshfield Gardens, London, NW3 5SX   Join us for a screening of 'The Cabinet Of Dr Caligari' accompanied by a live performance by composer, Matt Harding. The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari (1920) is considered a quintessential work of German Expressionist cinema. The characters inhabit a … Continue reading Screening and live performance: The Cabinet Of Dr Caligari // Freud Museum London

Sonia Boyce: We move in her way, 1 Feb 2017 – 16 Apr 2017 ICA

  ICA exhibiting artist Sonia Boyce is in conversation with art historian Sophie Orlando discussing her work on the occasion of the exhibition 'We move in her way'. A new body of work created especially for the ICA, 'We move in her way' is a multi-media installation is built from the filming and documentation of … Continue reading Sonia Boyce: We move in her way, 1 Feb 2017 – 16 Apr 2017 ICA

Brona Martin – Loudspeaker Orchestra Concert

The third of our 2016/27 concert season, this loudspeaker orchestra concert presents works created by Composers and Sound Designers at the University of Greenwich alongside special guest Brona Martin. This is a great opportunity to experience a concert of 'spatial audio'. Composers will use live surround sound diffusion mixing to perform their pieces spatially within … Continue reading Brona Martin – Loudspeaker Orchestra Concert

Moog Sound Lab UK – ICA

#MoogSoundLabUK #FayMilton #AyseHassan#Savages #MartinDubka — at ICA. LSFF team up with Moog Sound Lab UK to host a live performance from Fay Milton and Ayse Hassan (Savages) and joined by London producer and modular synth genius Martin Dubka (Circle Sky) to experiment with analogue sound-scaping, synthesis and effects.   16mm visual projections by David Leister … Continue reading Moog Sound Lab UK – ICA

Rocking Against Racism 1976-1982

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/rocking-against-racism-1976-1982-tickets-29301528661?aff=efbnreg# Celebrating a movement of both Cultural and Political importance in the UK's history, Reminiscences of RAR - Rocking Against Racism 1976-1981 hears from a number of collaborators, rockers and fighters. The launch event will host talks, readings and, of course, music, not only looking back at the events of 40 years ago, but also … Continue reading Rocking Against Racism 1976-1982

Resonance Live at The Tank by Resonance FM

Live electronic music by Radionics Radio + Viewfound. Join Resonance FM for this special launch party for two CD releases and a live recording for broadcast. The venue, Silver Road, is an amazing converted water tank, a new arts and performance space for South London. Radionics Radio
 finds Resonance/Sound and Music“Embedded” composer Daniel Wilson joined … Continue reading Resonance Live at The Tank by Resonance FM

Frieze Playlist | Mario Garcia Torres

https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLTklCxJCFJJmFidCSQjq2099lNOPKhDRm   https://frieze.com/article/questionnaire-mario-garcia-torres What is your favourite title of an art work? Oh, I have a list! Ceal Floyer’s Title Variable (2000); Christian Jankowski’s Above All I’m an Art Lover (2009); Ryan Gander’s A Portrait of the Artist Conceiving this Title (2010); Mircea Cantor’s I Shot This Image Because It Is Highly Suggestive Within a Specific … Continue reading Frieze Playlist | Mario Garcia Torres

Ragnar Kjartansson – Barbican Centre

  https://www.facebook.com/BarbicanCentre/videos/10154161070829193/?autoplay_reason=all_page_organic_allowed&video_container_type=0&video_creator_product_type=2&app_id=2392950137&live_video_guests=0   ★★★★ London Evening Standard ★★★★ Time Out London ‘I could not pull myself away' Observer Ragnar Kjartansson exhibition in our short film. Book now: http://bit.ly/22CS6vr

Artist Catherine Yass suspends piano over BBC Television Centre as building prepares to B flats

  http://www.standard.co.uk/goingout/arts/turner-prize-nominee-catherine-yass-dangles-grand-piano-above-bbc-television-centre-a3298301.html Dangling: The piano at the Television Centre building site A Turner Prize nominee dangled a grand piano from a crane above Television Centre as part of a “final swansong” for the building. Catherine Yass was one of eight artists-in-residence who were asked to come up with work reflecting the history of the former … Continue reading Artist Catherine Yass suspends piano over BBC Television Centre as building prepares to B flats