(Sat 5th / 8pm / £6 )
Max Eastley is an internationally recognised artist and musician whose art combines kinetic sound sculpture and music into a unique art form. He has exhibited all over the UK in galleries such as the Hayward, the Serpentine and the Arnolfini. and throughout Europe, Japan and Mexico. His most recent solo exhibitions were at the Metropole Gallery, Folkestone, South Hill Park Arts Centre and Nieuwe Vide Haarlem, Netherlands. He is a collaborator with the Cape Farewell Climate Change project (http://www.capefarewell.com)
for whom he has created a number of installations that have been exhibited in the Natural History Museum, London; Bodleian Library Oxford; Kampnagel ,Hamburg; Eden Project, Cornwall; Fundacion Canal, Madrid and The Museum of Science, Tokyo. He has composed music for several films as part of this project as well as composing a major work, “Arctic”, released on CD, which he performed, with film by David Buckland, at the Hamburg Planetarium, and Millennium Park, Chicago.
He is also a musician and has produced numerous albums in collaboration with other musicians including Brian Eno and David Toop. His current releases include ‘A Life Saved by a Spider and Two Doves’ with Evan Parker, Mark Wastell, Graham Halliwell (http://www.anothertimbre.com/page16.html);
‘A Very Long Way from Anywhere Else’ with Spaceheads (Andy Diagram and Richard Harrison) and ‘Arc’, an Album of collaborations with his unique instrument for Liverpool John Moores University, where he is a research fellow.
Images of some of Max Eastley’s work can be seen on The Wire website:
and You Tube: Helentonic.
Support comes from the Cube's very own resident artist Vi.
A change from the norm. Vi will be trying out new experiments in audio performance by working with recorded sounds and live treatments processed by the information coming off those same sounds. Mixed with tiny amounts of tonal material and feedback, sounds will be arranged throughout the cinema space utilising the multi-speaker system. Vi would like to dedicate this performance to the newborn. http://www.bristol-channel.org/index.html/FRONT1.html