London Electronic Poetry
Thursday 7 April 2022 | 7:30pm [7pm doors] -Open till late!
Tickets: £8 General Admission https://buytickets.at/iklectik/617324
From Sound Poetry to electronica music with prepared guitar, electronics and performances, APoCALYTIC proposes an evening of intense new music and experimental art. For this end of the year, come and experience a new genre of interdisciplinary art and music event loaded with many propositions and an incredible line up of international artists.
-LCC Students Sound Group – Sound happening and electronics
-J. Milo Taylor (UK), electronics
-Rhys Trimble (Whales), Experimental poetry, performance, body
-Jenny Pickett (UK/France), prepared guitar, samplers
-Julien Ottavi (France), prepared architecture, sound poetry, performance
+ Quatuor pour la fin des temps (Trimble/Taylor/Pickett/Ottavi)
LCC Students Sound Group
LCC Students Sound Group explore a wide range of sound art and design areas including: fine art, installation and gallery practices, sound design for film, animation, game environments and virtual reality, creative coding, interactive media, and experimental musical work.
A highly motivated, focused and self-directed poet, translator and editor with an international reputation. Expertise in applied writing, practice-led cultural hybridity, aesthetic hybridity and multilingualism, improvisation, community engagement innovative teaching practice, Celtic, modernist, experimental and lyric poetry with a unique emphasis on performance.
Jenny Pickett’s practice crosses: sculpture, sound, drawing, video, interactivity and performance. This plurality of mediums garner layers of meaning, she often explores her subject through the influences of sound upon the gaze and visa versa, altering both sonic and visual counterparts, asking the viewer rethink their encounter with the oeuvre. Pickett’s preoccupation lies at the point at which technology (new or ancient) becomes the landscape or the body by accumulating their prior states, our prior norms.
Doctor in Arts, Composer, Artist, Curator. A mediactivist, artist-researcher, composer / musician, poet and tongues destroyer, experimental film maker and anarchitect, founder and member of Apo33, Julien Ottavi is involved in research and creative work, combining sound art, real-time video, new technologies and body performances. Since 1997, he develops a composition work using voice and its transformation through computer. Active developer of audio/visual programs with Puredata, he has also developed since many years DIY electronics (radio transmitters, oscillators, mixers, amplifiers, video transmitters…etc) in the perspective of knowledge sharing on technological development.
http://noiser.org https://soundcloud.com/thenoiser https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCYwTCBFsGnGfkH0t327FYsQ
J. Milo Taylor
Dr. J. Milo Taylor is an artist, musician, producer and researcher, and is Course Leader for the BA (Hons) Sound Arts course at London College of Communication. He is also Second Year Tutor on BA (Hons) Sound Arts and additionally leads a reading group and facilitates practical workshops on the MA Sound Arts course. Milo’s teaching is informed by contemporary approaches to cybernetic theory and pedagogic / paragogic practices. This implies constant and productive movement between teaching, research and art making.
“Sound system powered by AMOENUS. AMOENUS is an art organisation that facilitates, educated, curates and promotes immersive art centred around 3D sound”