20:00 Sharon Gal
20:45 TYPE – Th Yorkshire Programming Ensemble
21:30 Me, Claudius
22:15 Ain Bailey
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This episode of Noise Quest is supported by University of Warwick:
Connecting Cultures GRP and Innovative Manufacturing and Future Materials GRP.
SHARON GAL is an interdisciplinary artist, performer, experimental vocalist & composer, with experience of free improvisation and large group participatory compositions.
Her work explores explores presence, listening, embodiment, and the relationship between space, people and sound.
Her music was released by various labels, including five solo albums and many collaborations. Past performances include The V&A, Science Museum, ICA, The Whitechapel Gallery, Tate Modern & Tate Britain and Colour out of Space, Borealis, Supernormal and Supersonic festivals.
The Yorkshire Programming Ensemble (TYPE) is a collection of humans: Lucy Cheesman, Laurie Johnson, Ryan Kirkbride, and Innocent Granger, that meet IRL and URL and enjoy exploring rhythmic music in a collaborative virtual space and generally making a lot of noise.
Some Welsh, lives in England.
Hates all her clothes.
The dog, very displayed,
The dog displayed a chance.
A chance birthday, the dog attentive.
We all tasted chance,
You can eat outside.
AIN BAILEY is a sound artist and DJ. She facilitates workshops considering the role of sound in the formation of identity and recently held a residency at the ICA, London. Exhibtions in 2019 included ‘The Range’ at Eastside Projects, Birmingham; ‘RE:Respite’ at Transmission Gallery, Glasgow, Scotland, and ‘And We’ll Always Be A Disco In The Glow Of Love’, a solo show at Cubitt Gallery, London. Last year, Bailey was commissioned by Supernormal and Jupiter festivals to create and perform a new work, ‘Super JR’. Currently, following a commission by Serpentine Projects, she is conducting sound workshops with LGBTI+ refugees and asylum seekers.
Photo credit: Christian Nyampeta