Event

Active Crossover | Exhibition Closing Performance

28 Sep 2011

Event times

7:30pm doors

Cost of entry

Free | RSVP (info[at]soundfjord.org.uk)

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London, United Kingdom

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Active Crossover | Exhibition Closing Performance

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Performance Closing week event — 28 September 2011 | doors 7:30pm | entry free | Secret location - email us for details! With crossover performances from Douglas Benford, Martin Clark, John Grzinich, Kaffe Matthews, Jo Thomas & Simon Whetham. Active Crossover is an electronic circuit used in speaker construction, which enables a speaker to transmit sound information consistently and accurately across space. Simon Whetham's project reflects this process, both in terms of the way the space is actually set up, and in the way the work continues to emerge out of social relationships formed through travel and communication. Simon's work is as much about the ‘social' as it is the ‘sonic'. The installation consists of two darkened, acoustically treated spaces that can be entered into from the main exhibition space. In one space is a surround sound composition created from field recordings made while Simon was artist-in-residence in Tallinn, Estonia, and also from Bristol, Brighton, Bracknell, Reading, Liverpool, Leeds and now London, charting the journey the project has taken so far. The second space features pieces by artists that Simon has performed and collaborated with through running the project, and through their ongoing cultural exchanges, recordings and events. If you stay in the main exhibition space you can hear the sound bleeding out and mingling from both spaces, forming a new and evolving communal work. Integral to the project is a series of performance evenings which investigate improvisation and collaborative working methods, as well as an ‘active listening' workshop. The experience of listening reflects the conditions of the work's creation, and the conditions of his own journey — one of interpersonal exchange and interaction — around Eastern Europe and now the UK.

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