In mid April I’ll work with a group of workshop participants at FACT in Liverpool to create a new improvised electronic music performance. Over three days we’ll cover making modified records for mechanical techno; an introduction to live coding with TidalCycles; and explore some ways of combining the two together in performance.
On the evening of Friday 13th we’ll present a group performance using modified records and code generated during the workshop.
Full info on the performance, which is free to attend, below, or via the FACT website.
Graham Dunning: Mechanical Techno Peformance
13 April / 6.30pm / FACT Learning Space / FREE, drop-in
FACT Gallery, 88 Wood Street, Liverpool, L1 4DQ
The outcome of Graham Dunning’s residency will be showcased in the FACT Learning Space, featuring a DIY band of his collaborators. Taking place in the foyer, the group will perform an original piece of mechanical techno to entertain visitors, composed over the last week of workshops, working across vinyl, analogue music production and contemporary coding practice.