Rhythm & Drone set for EAVI XIII

On Thursday 8th October I’m playing live for EAVI XIII in New Cross, London.

Full details below:

Embodied AudioVisual Interaction Group

A night of beats, bass and new music at the Amersham Arms, New Cross
Thursday 8th October, 8pm till late, £5

Graham Dunning – Rhythm and Drone Set
Iris Garrelfs
Nuno Correia
Rose Dagul
Kim Kate
Helena Hamilton

Chloe Frieda (Alien Jams/NTS)
Team GBH

Cheap advance tickets at eavixiii.eventbrite.com
Facebook (spread the word!): https://www.facebook.com/events/607641016006324/

Graham Dunning – Rhythm and Drone Set
Dunning, the master of Mechanical Techno and Ghost in the Machine music, presents his delicate and accidental techno, assembled from discarded turntables and “junk” yet entirely capable of making the dancefloor move. Graham is currently “Maker in Residence” at the Machines Room (http://machinesroom.org/) researching, and hosts a show on NTS (lhttp://www.ntslive.co.uk/about). Read more about his work on ‘Mechanical Techno’ here in a recent FACT profile: http://www.factmag.com/2015/04/25/graham-dunning-mechanical-techno/

Iris Garrelfs
Iris Garrelfs is a composer/performer intrigued by change, fascinated by voices and definitely enamoured by technology. She often uses her voice as raw material which she transmutes into machine noises or choral works. Pieces and performances have been featured in exhibitions, festivals and as part of exhibitions internationally, including her most recent ‘performance walk’ at the National Gallery as part of the Soundscapes Late series. Aside from her music making, Iris is the co-founder of underground playground and test tube for new sound Sprawl (http://www.sprawl.org.uk/)

Nuno Correia
Nuno is a researcher and audiovisual artist,  interested in interactive multi-sensorial experiences. Nuno’s work has been presented in more than 20 countries. Currently, he is a researcher at Goldsmiths, University of London (EAVI Group), working on the project Enabling Audiovisual User Interfaces (AVUIs). Nuno will present AVZones, an iPad audiovisual app – an audio sequencer/looper with a visualizer. AVZones is open source and work in progress, built with openFrameworks and Maximilian, and part of the Enabling AVUIs research project. More info: http://www.nunocorreia.com/portfolio/avzones

Rose Dagul and Penny Klein
Rose Dagul is a composer, cellist and vocalist based in London. She writes patterned pop music under the moniker Rhosyn, having released the EP ‘Elbow of Capture’. She improvises under her own name, and will be performing with violinist Penny Klein – possibly an echo of their project Alien Wind, possibly not.

Kim Kate
Kim Kate is a London based producer / DJ who brings his synesthesiac image onto his dance floor. Kim Kat sonifies connections between the city, technology and human perception.

Helena Hamilton
Belfast artist Helena marks the end of her 3 month residency with EAVI with a performance of The Butterflies in my Brain (http://www.helenahamilton.com/the-butterflies-in-my-brain/4586612636) where she transforms an overhead projector into a site-specific, performative sound device where all sounds originate live from within and around the machine.

Chloe from Alien Jams and NTS and Mike and Dan of Team GBH will yet again be taking over the decks, providing the perfect soundtrack in between the acts and giving us something wonderful to dance to at the end.

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