The ZONE / Galvanize Ensemble 

11. Jan - 11. Jan 14 / ended Hundred Years Gallery

Free (donation welcome)


Screening | Multi-disciplinary | London

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The ZONE experimental film night at Hundred Years Gallery

The return of the popular ZONE experimental film night with a special evening including 45 minutes of live soundtrack to film by Galvanize Ensemble, inspired by Benjamin Britten and English landscape plus a programme of experimental films.

Film makers will include:

Robert Robertson, Robert Ross, Veronique Maria, VV Victoria, Simon Mclennan, Carolina Diaz, Andrew Greaves and The Serb Sirens

Galvanize Ensemble first worked together as part of Hack the Barbican, presenting a series of installations, cross disciplinary performances and exhibitions, between 19th-23rd August held at the Barbican Centre, curated by School of Music and Fine Art lecturers Kate Halsall and Duncan MacLeod.

They are working together again, creating music for films relating to themes of landscape and change, also using text sources from Benjamin Britten’s Peter Grimes (Letter XII from The Borough) and Opus 11 On This Island as well as Graham Greene, D H Lawrence (“living in the chinks”, The Rainbow) John Fowles and Cumbrian poet Meg Peacock.

Joel Bell guitar, Phil Maguire guitar/electronics, Kate Halsall keyboards, Sarah Dacey voice, Paul Fretwell electronics, Serge Vuille percussion.

Thanks to Simon Mclennan, The Zone experimental film collective, Brighton.

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