Second edition of semi-regular platform for artists presenting live
works in progress.
Apologies in Advance #2
January 28th 2017 3pm – 6pm | £5 on the door
Active musician in the field of electroacoustic music, in recent years he has developed a strong interest in the mechanisms of sound diffusion, using speakers and several analogue and digital devices (walkmans, CD players, tape recorders) as principal instruments. His interest is focused on the architectural and psychoacoustic as well as dynamic and directional values of sound with a strong emphasis on fixed sounds.
His works are published by Balloon & Needle, Boring Machines, Consumer Waste, Hideous Replica, Palustre, Senufo editions, 1000Füssler, Triscele Registrazioni and Tulip records.
Sandra Kazlauskaitė is a researcher, artist and curator working across the disciplines of sound performance and audiovisual installation. Sandra is currently undertaking a research by practice Ph.D (CHASE, AHRC funded), at Goldsmiths, Media and Communications Department. Using sound and video installation art, she is creating a research into the embodiment of sound in the white cube. She questions how sound, in its techno-phenomenological ubiquity, affects our aesthetic experience of video installation art. Sandra performs using sonic archives, natural soundscapes and computer-built sounds, creates audiovisual and sound installations, and organises sonic cultures focused events and exhibitions. Her latest projects include Call & Response (London, 2016), CCA (Glasgow, 2016), Speeding & Breaking (London, 2016), and Kaunas Biennial (Lithuania, 2015).
Sandra Kazlauskaite resides and works in London, UK.
Yoni Silver is a bass clarinetist, multi-instrumentalist, performer, and composer that has moved from his native Israel to the UK in 2013. Besides regular solo performances he has also collaborated with Steve Noble, Dylan Nyoukis, Tom Wheatley, Mark Sanders, Part Wild Horses Main On Both Sides, Birgit Ulher, Iancu Dumitrescu, Primate Arena, Catherine Lamb and many others. He has also composed and worked as arranger for film and theatre, including works for Avi Mograbi, Ariel Efraim Ashbel, and Naama Schendar.
The body of thought known as originary technicity understands the human and technology to be co-constitutive, so to think about technology is necessarily to also think about the human. I work to make the non-technical aspects of technology; the affective, romantic and desirous impulses it produces visible though text, sound and moving image. Recent activity includes: residency at The Bergman Estate in Sweden; solo presentation at Quick Millions, London; screening at the BFI 59th London Film Festival and performances with Rachel Cattle at the ICA and Paul Carr at Modern Art Oxford. Currently completing a PhD (AHRC) at Kingston University.