Zero plus Two: An evening of live electronics with visuals

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Zero plus Two: An evening of live electronics with visuals

Wednesday 8 May – Doors 7:30 | Music 8pm | £8 entry  BUY TICKETS


zerospace: Lucia H Chung, Ian Stonehouse and Prof_lofi

HARMERGEDDON: Fae Harmer and Nathan Greywater

Atkins/Hart/Macedo: Matt Atkins John Macedo, Brigitte Hart


zerospace features Lucia H Chung, Ian Stonehouse and Bill Thompson (Prof_lofi) performing with an array of electronic devices (Moog guitar, modular synths, sinewave generators, found objects, bespoke instruments, and occasionally vibrators) to create everything from delicate ambiances to fierce walls of noise.

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HARMERGEDDON is Nathan Greywater and Fae Harmer, London / Dungeness based audio / visual performance art duo formed in 2010.

Empowered electronics, kinetic pulse, drifting texture, undulating drone, amber cloud, alternating current, corrosive rain, dots behind the eyes, light becomes sound, rebuilt from the ground up with whatever comes to hand.

Their live show blends sound, lighting and performance art in a feedback loop using photophonics (sound carried on light beams), electro magnetic fields and consumer electronic junk, all formed on the basis of improvisation and psychedelia; the result verges on intense spectacle or even sensory overload.


Atkins/Hart/Macedo: Features Matt Atkins, John Macedo and Brigitte Hart

Brigitte Hart is an Australian sound artist working across installation and performance. Her practice explores relationships between voice(s), objects, histories and places, often drawing on text, environmental recordings, remnants and vocalisation. She holds particular interest in exploring the art of small sounds, sounds that can be imagined, and the memory of sound.

John Macedo is a sound artist and performer from London. He has incorporated everything from acoustic instruments and environmental sound to analogue and computer synthesis into recorded works, live performances and sound installations. He has a pluralistic approach which reveals and highlights the hidden potential in all sounds, environments and technologies, often in intimate, immersive and intuitive ways.

Matt Atkins is a London based sound artist whose principle interests are reductionism, chance, repetition and texture. He uses objects, percussion instruments, occasionally a laptop and cassette recorders to create sound collages in both the recorded medium and live, usually in collaborative performances. He has recently released his work on the labels Falt, Midnight Circles, Invisible City Records, and TQ. He also runs his own label, Minimal Resource Manipulation.

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