Modified records exhibition, Sound Records, Stroud

On display now at Sound Records in Stroud,  selection of modified records.

While the shop is temporarily closed due to covid-19 you can check out the records in the window. The full exhibition will continue when the shop re-opens.

We invited Graham Dunning to bring his #mechanicaltechno set to our 2nd Anniversary show at SVA Goods Shed on 28/3 – Sadly because of Corona Virus worries the event was justifiably cancelled. Graham was also exhibiting some of his Modified Records in the shop in the run up to the performance – with the temporary closure of the shop very few people got a chance to see them. I’ve set up a small display in the shop window – so some of his work can be seen and enjoyed by the general public in Stroud. We have a couple of Graham’s records which we can post to you if you are interested – Music for Climbing Walls @ £25 and live recordings of Mechanical Techno @£20
Here’s a Description of Graham’s work :- Graham Dunning’s live work explores sound as texture, timbre and something tactile, drawing on bedroom production, tinkering and recycling found objects. He also creates visual work, video and installations drawing on these themes. Modyfing, retexturing and repurposing records has been part of his practice since beginning working with turntables in 2008. The examples on display are from various projects, installations and performances including Mechanical Techno.

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