(Sun 15th / Doors open at 8 pm / £5 advance, £6 on the door)
Audible Fields is an evening dedicated to the act of listening. Performances will run alongside films, amplified objects and field recordings from within the darkened auditorium.
Performances and screenings from
o Jez riley French & Patrick Farmer
o Simon Whetham
o ‘Shanghai’ by Carpets Curtains (Duration 15 mins)
o ‘Ragtag’ by AVVA (Billy Roisz & Toshi Nakamura) (Duration 5 mins)
o ‘Sources’ by Billy Roisz (video) with Andrea Neumann, Annette Krebs, Axel Dörner, Martin Siewert,
Martin Brandlmayr, Otomo Yoshihide, Rossi, Sachiko M – (Duration 12 mins)
Jez riley French sounds like;
Intuitive Composition. Field Recordings. Objects. Surfaces.
Jez riley French has performed, exhibited and published widely across Europe. He lectures on field recording & intuitive composition & also runs the engraved glass label, the ‘in place’ blogspot & the seeds & bridges concert series in Yorkshire.
Patrick Farmer sounds like;
The lightness of pine cones and other natural objects vibrating on a tightened synthetic skin.
Patrick Farmer has played with Kevin Shea, Helena Gough, Okkyung Lee, Dominic Lash, The Good Anna, Angharad Davies, Matt Davis, Rhodri Davies. He has a handful of releases coming out soon on labels such as Creative Sources, Why Not LTD of Malaysia, organised music from Thessaloniki, and also co-runs the label compost and height.
Simon Whetham sounds like;
'...a novelist' - Rinus van Alebeek, Berlin, 2008
Simon's work has led him to record and perform in Iceland, Mongolia, France, Germany, Brazil and Estonia, and to perform alongside artists such as Fennesz, Philip Jeck, The Owl Project, Mira Calix, Plaid and Hauschka, to name but a few. He has had work released by Entr'acte, Trente Oiseaux, Gruenrekorder, Earth Monkey and Filament, with upcoming releases through Lens Records and 1000fussler. http://www.simonwhetham.co.uk
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