I Performed live on NTSlive radio station, London on the 12th July, performing Sounds from the Studio (2013) and was interviewed by Graham Dunning whose Soundart radio show Fractal Meat on a Spongy Bone goes out between 8-10am every other Friday. I had a great time, and you can hear the show on the NTSlive website now.
On Friday morning i will be playing live during Soundart radio show Fractal Meat on a Spongy Bone – to listen go to: http://ntslive.co.uk/shows/fractalmeat/
I will be performing live on the internet radio show Fractal Meat on a Spongy Bone, from London on Friday July 12th. I will be performing a shortened re-mixed version of my light Night audio installation piece – newly titled – ‘Sounds from the studio’. More information on where to listen coming soon.
Latest on the Icelandic Collaboration
My collaboration with Pat Hodson and Liz Cashdan has resulted in a book called Iceland Stories which has an Audio CD of my reworking of Liz’s poems. Now an ebook for iPad is available and includes audio and video extras as well. It costs £9.49 and can be previewed and downloaded at: http://store.blurb.co.uk/ebooks/368135-iceland-stories
For the printed version (cost £25 +P&P) please email: email@example.com
I am currently working on something for Light Night Leeds 2012 – a part performance, part installation piece.
Here are some excerpts from this work.
I am currently working on a couple of projects. the last post talked about experiments with recording paper and the sounds made by tearing and scrunching paper. This is an ongoing collaborative project with Pat Hodson and Liz Cashdan – we are at the very beginning of this project so more about that in later posts.
The other project I am currently working on is for a submission to a collaborative project called ‘The Book of Disquiet’ – and here is some work in progress for this submission.
Some new work in progress mixes.
Using the idea of paper – I recorded making sounds with different types of paper.
Hear my piece Syncopation as part of an online exhibition of Sound Art at Fermynwoods Contemporary Art Second Online exhibition
This was a piece written earlier in the year during experiments with percussive elements of the flute.