The workshop will be a simple exploration of the human voice as an instrument; both un-affected and effected through experimenting with electronic audio processing tools. Participants will explore the extraordinary capabilities of the human voice and body to gently nudge and liberate their limits to sculpt and shape the air and space around them in unison.
The voice is the most versatile and malleable instrument available to us. With it, the artist will guide participants to find pockets and windows in, out and around space, to create landscapes and narratives that explore tone, timbre and gesture.
The workshop is free to attend and takes place on the same day as the Yunohana Variations performance, 4th July. The workshop is free to attend and all attendees will receive a free ticket to Yunohana Variations later in the evening.
Booking for the workshop is required, please visit here to reserve your place: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/a-spectrum-carved-in-air-vocal-workshop-with-robert-aiki-aubrey-lowe-tickets-46841693767
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This workshop is free to attend so PLEASE only make this booking if you are sure you can make it so that others don’t miss out.
No singing experience necessary, just curiosity, courage and an open mind!
About the Artist
Robert Aiki Aubrey Lowe is a U.S based multidisciplinary artist whose practice is strongly rooted in exploration of moments and the hypnagogic state. Movement and gesture play key factors within this process, and in the performance realm are focused on via the voice and modular synthesizers.
This performance is commissioned by OUTLANDS; the new national experimental music touring network and is supported by Arts Council England and Esmée Fairbairn Foundation.