APOLOGIES IN ADVANCE #12

0 Posted by - November 23, 2018 - Music: past

IKLECTIK presents:

 


APOLOGIES IN ADVANCE #12

Sat 16 February doors 8.00pm – music 8.30pm | £7 / £5 Students  [Tickets on the door only]

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REBECCA LENNON
DANE LAW
ROMAN NOSE
BRIGITTE HART

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Rebecca Lennon
Rebecca Lennon graduated from the Slade School of Art London MA programme in 2010 and is currently a lecturer on the Fine Art BA at Arts University Bournemouth. In 2012, she was selected for the European Media Art Award and residency at CANTE, San Luis Potosi, Mexico, and participated in a 6 month ACE residency in Mexico City the following year. Until 2014, Rebecca was represented by Ceri Hand Gallery, London and has exhibited widely. Recent exhibitions and projects include The Whistable Biennial 2018, The Ol’ Switcheroo at Jupiter Woods and Diet Terror, a musical collaboration with artist Benedict Drew. Upcoming projects include a solo exhibition at Matts Gallery, London in October and a residency and solo show with Almanac, Turin next year.
http://www.rebeccalennon.co.uk/

Dane Law
Dane Law is the moniker of Adam Parkinson, an electronic musician and lecturer in Sound Design at London South Bank University. He has released a series of albums and EPs on Quantum Natives, Genot Centre and Conditional Records which use algorithmic process to stitch together granular tapestries from musical detritus he finds on YouTube and elsewhere. This new material uses karplus strong string synthesis and Markov chains to create medieval trance, along with vocal recordings from recent collaborator Of Habit of Spoils & Relics, with whom he made recently made the Empty Gesture album for Opal Tapes
https://soundcloud.com/thedanelaw

Roman Nose
December 2018 saw the release of the debut album proper by Roman Nose (on lp, co-released with Humane Pyramid Records). We are now shipping copies of this lp.
It was recorded in Autumn 2014 and 2016 at Shakeeb Abu Hamdan’s studio in Leeds and has artwork by Bridget Hayden.
It features harmonium, vocals, tulum, concertina, sheng, tape players and electronics by Jon Marshall; flute, vocals, hulusi and sheng by Sarah Mcwatt; drums, waterphone and percussion by Charlie Collins; and double bass etc by Otto Willberg.
http://singingknivesrecords.co.uk/roman-nose/

Brigitte Hart
Brigitte Hart is an Australian sound, installation and performance artist currently based in London. Her practice is centred around voice, violin and environmental recordings and explores relationships between voice(s), objects, history, and place. She also holds particular interest in exploring the art of small sounds, sounds that can be imagined, and the memory of sound.
https://www.brigittehart.com/