Sunday 3 October 2021, 2pm
Please note that this event is rescheduled from 26th August. All tickets purchased for the original show have automatically been transferred over to the new date but drop us a line if you can no longer attend and we'll refund you.
Delighted to host Action Pyramid, aka Tom Fisher, whose recent TakuRoku release opens the liminal space between real and imaginary worlds through subtle collaging, spatialisation and musical symbiosis. Also on the bill is London-based, Australian sound artist, Brigitte Hart, who explores the art of small sounds, sounds that can be imagined, and the memory of sound.
Working primarily under the name Action Pyramid, Tom Fisher's projects range from site-specific sound installation and headphone works for galleries and museums, to experimental radio works and commercially released music. Utilising a multitude of recording techniques his work often seeks to explore and re-interpret the often seemingly unnoticed and ‘unseen’ elements of our surroundings.
His work and recordings have been featured at LUX, Tate Modern, Tate Britain, the Grant Museum of Zoology, London Transport Museum, the Fjuk Art Center and Husavik Whale Museum in Iceland, as well as on Resonance Fm, Radio Anti, Radiophrenia, and as part of Open City Documentary Festival.
He has also participated in residencies at Fjuk Arts Centre Iceland, BioArctica in Finnish Lapland as well as numerous recording trips to coastal Suffolk, Cornwall, Wales, Shetland and the Outer Hebrides.
Brigitte Hart is an Australian sound artist working across performance and installation. Currently based in London, her practice explores relationships between voice, objects, histories and ecologies, often engaging text, environmental recordings, remnants and archives. She holds particular interest in exploring the art of small sounds, sounds that can be imagined, and the memory of sound.
Brigitte has developed installations, performances, compositions and workshops for Supernormal Festival, CRiSAP (Creative Research into Sound Arts Practice), Wysing Polyphonic x Somerset House Festival, Resonance FM, Soundcamp/Reveil, David Roberts Art Foundation, Tate Britain and Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, Madrid (Audiosphere. Sound Experimentation 1980-2020). Her work with sound design has been presented at the Venice Biennale Film Festival and Tribeca Film Festival.
In 2021, Brigitte will be developing a series of experiments in mudlarking, sound and listening as a recent recipient of the Develop Your Creative Practice funding (Arts Council England) and continuing polyphonic vocal pursuits in the London Bulgarian Choir.
Li Song is a London-based musician and software engineer. He performs improvised music with his computer and composes music using electronics and acoustic instruments. His collaborative project with Zhu Wenbo, No Performance, focuses on compositions using environment sounds, acoustic instruments, computer algorithms, and random sequence. He is also a member of computer network music ensemble and research group, [ _ _ _ ] (with Jia Liu and Shuoxin Tan), focusing on algorithmic collaboration.