The evening will feature BLANCA REGINA / PETER CUSACK (DUO) + MAX EASTLEY (SOLO) + TERRY DAY / STEVE BERESFORD (DUO).
Visuals by Pierre Bouvier Patron throughout the night.
Terry Day is a first generation pioneer improviser from the 1960s: an improviser, multi-instrumentalist, lyricist, songwriter, visual artist and poet.
He formed a duo with guitarist Derek Bailey in the late ´60s and was a regular member of The Continuous Music Ensemble,The People Band and, later on, Alterations with David Toop, Steve Beresford & Peter Cusack.
Peter Cusack is a field recordist, sound artist and musician with a long interest in the environment. He initiated the Favourite Sounds Project to discover what people find positive about soundscapes where they live, and Sounds From Dangerous Places (sonic journalism) to investigate major environmental damage in areas such as the Chernobyl exclusion zone, the Azerbaijan oil fields, brown coal mining in Germany and the Czech Republic and the Bialowieza Forest in Poland.
Steve Beresford has been a central figure in the British and international spontaneous music scenes for over forty years, freely improvising on the piano, electronics and other things with people like Derek Bailey, Evan Parker, Han Bennink, John Zorn and Alterations (with David Toop, Terry Day and Peter Cusack).
Max Eastley is a sound installation artist and musician. He has been an AHRC Senior Researcher at Oxford Brookes University investigating Aeolian phenomena, his last aeolian installation was for Ikon Gallery, Birmingham at Perrott’s Folly:
He is an artist with the Cape Farewell Climate Change Project (http://www.capefarewell.com) and has been City Sound Artist for Bonn, Germany and, for 2017, was a guest of the DAAD, Berlin.
Blanca Regina is an artist, tutor and curator based in London. She is currently involved in creating audiovisual performances, sound works, multimedia installations, photography and book arts. Blanca has lead audiovisual performance art and projection mapping workshops and has curated events internationally.
PIERRE BOUVIER PATRON
His practice embraces a wide range of moving image forms, from super 8 and 16mm films to digital video art. He also uses painted and bleached slides while operating the slide projector to create a visual live show.