Sunday 26 August 2018, 2pm, OTO Project Space

Photo by Gérard Rouy

Alterations Festival: Workshop: ‘Painting Music’ with Gina Southgate + Exhibition + Steve Beresford / Max Eastley

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2pm - 4pm Workshop: ‘Painting Music’ with Gina Southgate, with music selector Steve Beresford.
Tickets £35 presale/ £40 otd Materials included.
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Gina will be leading the workshop, showing a number of painting techniques to respond to music.
Steve Beresford will be part of the session as music selector playing some of his favourite tracks.

4pm - 6pm Closing Exhibition at Oto Projects

6pm -7pm Performance: Steve Beresford + Max Eastley. Tickets £5 otd

Gina Southgate

Gina Southgate is an artist who, through a growing interest in music and the aesthetic of musical instruments, began to paint at gigs. She is well known on the London free music and jazz scene where she has painted and performed live at gigs for 25 years.

http://artistginasouthgate.weebly.com/

Steve Beresford

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).

He has written songs, written for large and small ensembles, and scored short films, feature films, TV shows and commercials.

Steve has worked with Christian Marclay on numerous Marclay mixed media pieces. He has also worked with The Slits, Stewart Lee, Ivor Cutler, Prince Far-I, Alan Hacker, Tania Chen, Ray Davies, Mandhira De Saram, The Flying Lizards, Zeena Parkins, Satoko Fukuda, The Portsmouth Sinfonia, Ilan Volkov, Rachel Musson, Vic Reeves, Sarah Gail Brand, Lore Lixenberg and others.

Beresford has an extensive discography as performer, arranger, free-improviser, composer and producer, and was awarded a Paul Hamlyn award for composers in 2012.

http://www.efi.group.shef.ac.uk/mberes.html

Max Eastley

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. He is well known as an improvising musician and has played many solo concerts as well as in combinations with musicians such as David Toop, Evan Parker, Steve Beresford, John Butcher, Ute Wasserman, Phil Minton and Axel Dorner. He has worked extensively with music and performance including working with dancers and choreographers such as Anna Huber and the Siobhan Davies Company.
http://www.maxeastley.co.uk.