The inimitable Brian Catling will be reading from the second part of his surrealist trilogy, The Vorrh, with ghost folk song from MacGillivray, as featured on BBC Radio 3.
Admission £10.00/£8.00 (including wine/beer). Advance booking is highly recommended. Please contact Nora on (020) 7405 7986 to book your place. http://www.swedenborg.org.uk/events/
'Brian Catling walks out of step from other artists. Also a filmmaker, poet and academic, he has been exhibiting and publishing internationally since the 1970s, haunting zones mostly unregulated by institutions or the art market. His work balances an elementally-inspired gravitas against a very black sense of humour.' (Dan Fox, Frieze, Issue 96)
MacGillivray is a singer 'of exquisite depth andàÂ range, from breathless operatic swoon,àÂ lonely as the ocean, to tortured tragicàÂ heroine via some wonderful GaelicàÂ incantations'. http://www.macgillivray.org.uk/page_2135829.html Working with electric autoharp, church harmonium, wine glass and piano, MacGillivray creates luminous and stark vocal soundscapes. Two albums, Wolf and Radiophonic Subluna have been performed as support for The Fall, Arlo Guthrie and featured on BBC Radio 3, The Verb. www.macgillivray.org.uk
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