Thursday 29 November 2018, 7.30pm
"Deeply embedded in the Manchester underground, Katz Mulk was born out of the Human Heads crew. The trio makes warped electronics, auto tuned improv and loose pop music that combines the best of hipstertronics and hardcore avant-garde music." – Kraak
Katz Mulk is a performance collective featuring Andrea Kearney, Ben Knight, Ben Morris, and Siân Williams. Their work pulls together crude electronics, field recordings, narrative fragments, dance, and sculptural interventions to create a sticky radiophonic syrup. Katz Mulk’s seek to inhabit the marginal spaces in-between structure and improvisation; producing scores in which movement, sounds and voices mingle and cohere into an awkward present.
Mary Hurrell is an interdisciplinary artist who works across performance, sound and sculpture. Her most recent performances and exhibitions include: ちょう¬, Yamakiwa Gallery, Japan (2018), 3 (OXIORCAD), Flat Time House, London (2018), 2 (AERIAL), Kunstraum, London (2018); 1 (Pitch), organised by Fluent at Centro Botin, Spain (2018); StereoSkin, Herdubreid Biosal, Iceland (2017); Movement Study 5 (Pearlex), David Roberts Art Foundation, London (2016); EROTIC MECHANICS, 10 Martello Street, London, (2016).
SRC is the Brussels based duo of the dancer-choreographer Bryana Fritz & the artist-musician Henry Andersen. As S-R-C they devise performative reading encounters, but for tonight's performance they will draw on their individual practices to create a desktop choreography out of projections; stillness and a spoken, mutating litany of words in French, German & English. As a dancer Bryana has performed in the works of She performed in the works of Anne Teresa de Keersmaeker, Xavier le Roy, and many others. Henry released his Stanzas LP on the Belgian-based KRAAK label.