Apologies in Advance #11

0 Posted by - July 28, 2018 - Events

IKLECTIK presents:

Sunday 28 Oct doors 7.30pm – music 8.00pm | £7 / £5 Students  [Tickets on the door only]

Apologies in Advance #11

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ID M THEFT ABLE

LIA MAZZARI & SHOLTO DOBIE 

HANNAH DARGAVEL-LEAFE

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ID M THEFT ABLE

Id M Theft Able performs within and without the realms of noise, avant-improvisation, sound poetry, performance, etc. using voice, found objects, electronics, and whatever else is available. He has given hundreds of performances across four continents in various settings. 

http://kraag.org/

LIA MAZZARI & SHOLTO DOBIE 

Lia Mazzari and Sholto Dobie are both artists who work with sound, environment and performance. In their collaborative work they use loose structures and and array of instruments including whips, cello, self-built organs and anything else at hand, to create performances that are at once delicate, physical, playful and absurd.

Lia has performed with Ilan Volkov, Takahiro Kawaguchi, Tarek Atoui and Ashley Paul. Sholto has released music on Cosmovisión registros andinos and OtoRoku and regularly collaborates with Ben Pritchard, he has played with Mark Harwood, Billy Steiger and Ivor Kallin.

They both live in London, where Sholto founded the concert series Muckle Mouth in 2014 and Lia founded Silver Road in 2016, a non-profit arts organisation devoted to site-specific and time-based art practises.

HANNAH DARGAVEL-LEAFE

Hannah Dargavel-Leafe uses sound to investigate sites, landscapes and objects by making field recordings that are then reworked and mixed digitally to describe something of the atmosphere or experience of the subject. Her subjects are the gaps between things or the edges of place: a pedestrian subway, the planes on a runway, air trapped in the plumbing. The sound pieces then generate a larger body of work that includes sculpture, video, drawing and short prose.

Dargavel-Leafe abstracts the recordings into short loops which serve to both retain a moment of the initial encounter and to evolve, morphing as rhythms and patterns are formed through repetition. The interplay between the outcomes in her practice refer to Dub as a methodology for transformation — sampling, filtering, layering and looping — between the sound and the physical works.

Dargavel-Leafe graduated with a BA from Manchester School of Art in 2010 and an MA from the Slade School of Fine Art in 2016. She has exhibited at the International 3 in Manchester, the Bluecoat in Liverpool and featured in Ambit Magazine.

www.hannahdargavel-leafe.co.uk