New edition of eXperimental electronics at Apiary Studios with Martin Howse, Graham Dunning and Alejandra Perez Nuñez.
EARTHVOICE un-earths a dirty, soil circuit, modulating and expressing wormed and human voice, uniting deep earth currents and atmospheric signals with vocal bone and tongue fragility. EARTHVOICE explores the detection and extraction of code and signals from the sheer ground through unrefined electrochemistry and manipulation of crystal-bound electrons, air and light.
Rhythm & Drone
As an artist I make things in various different formats, but generally to do with either Sound or Found Objects. My background is in experimental music and this continues into the art I make and how I go about it. I use experimentation and play as a main part of my making process. I also like to set myself restrictions for my projects similarly to the way scientific experiments are conducted. Noise – as unwanted sound like record crackle or tape hiss – often features in my work, and a visual equivalent in dirt, dust or decay. I often try and repeat a visual process with audio, and vice versa.
Alejandra Perez Nuñez
is a sound artist and art researcher, working with FOSS tools, noise and writing. She is a PhD student at Westminster university in London where her focus of research is Antarctic landscape and the unperceivable intensities entangled to remote sites. Her noise act is focused on the production of affect through the use of minimal setups. Hers is an investigative performance about the dissolution of borders between self and other.
Martes, 13 de octubre
Apiary Studios, Hackney Road