Sunday 11 March 2018, 7.30pm

Kate Carr + Benjamin Finger + David Velez

No Longer Available

Places and spaces: a night of situated and displaced music by artists involved in the label Flaming Pines.

Please note that unfortunately 9T Antiope are no longer able to perform at this show.

Kate Carr

Kate Carr is a London-based composer and field recordist whose work uses sound to explore the spaces we create together. She is particularly interested in shared public spaces, and the ways we deploy sound to connect, occupy, immerse and remove ourselves from locations, events and each other. Her live work is centred on objects, chance events and textures.
Carr also runs the label Flaming Pines.


Benjamin Finger

Benjamin´s sonic palette moves from psych-collages, droned out-jams, piano miniatures, classical minimalism, off-kilter pop, and an occasional stab at garbled dance music . A textural and emotionally resonant cocktail in a blurred, shimmering, and psychedelic world. His work has been released via Time Released Sound (US), Blue Tapes/X-Ray Records (UK), and recently Flaming Pines (AU). He has played support for bands such as AU (US), Sun Araw (US) and Patten (UK).  For this event he will be joined by Austrian violinist  Mia Zabelka . He is Norwegian.

David Vélez

David Velez is a Colombian artist working with composition, performance and installations exploring found objects and field recordings. David has performed in Cafe OTO in London, the MoMA in NYC and in festivals and events such as Mutek, Tsonami (Chi), Umbral (Mex), CT::SWAM (NYC), Liminaria (Ita) and Aural Detritus (UK). His installations and sculptures has been presented in museums and galleries like FRAC des pays de la Loire (Fra), Pi Artworks (London) and in public spaces in Colombia, Italy, Brazil and Mexico. David’s compositions have been published by Flaming Pines (London), Dinzu Artefacts (US), Eter (Col), Unfathomless (Bel) Linear Obsessional (UK) and Gruenrekorder (Ger) among others labels. David is part of Impulsive Habitat and Sonic Field two projects that he co-founded.