Sunday 17 June 2018, 4pm, OTO Project Space


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Gillian Wylde and Redell Olsen will perform ‘Verdant Scent: All Slime Moulds Now’.

Gillian Wylde makes work in response to the internets, site, encounter and dialogue(s).  Processes of appropriation, assemblage and post-production are constants through most of the work, like maybe a wild smell or hairy logic. Work has been shown nationally and internationally including: ICA London, Transmodern Live Art Action Festival, Baltimore; Videotage, Hong Kong; Alytus Biennial, Lithuania, and Tao Scene, Norway. Recent projects include: The Book Dispersed Casa das Artes Porto Portugal (2017), Corrupting Data screening Falmouth Art Gallery (2017), Will Internets eat Brain?? Glasgow Film Festival at CCA Gallery Glasgow (2017), The Day The World Turned Day Glo Arnolfini Gallery Bristol (2016), and Because Internets ISEA2016 Hong Kong 22nd International Symposium on Electronic Art (2016).

Redell Olsen’s recent work includes a film and performance for Anni and Josef Albers (2018), two bookworks Mox Nox and Smock (2017) - one of which uses light sensitive paper and is currently on show at the Poetry Library and a film Now Circa (1918) (2018) which she wrote and directed for the anniversary of female suffrage in the UK. Other publications include: Film Poems (Les Figues, 2014), ‘Punk Faun: a bar rock pastel’ (Subpress, 2012), ‘Secure Portable Space’ (Reality Street, 2004) and, in collaboration with the bookartist Susan Johanknecht, ‘Here Are My Instructions’ (Gefn, 2004) 

Electric Crinolines will perform: Observation, Judgement, Action (Foil, Jumping, Daisies)
Redell Olsen (Film and text), Drew Milne (Music).

Drew Milne’s collected poems, In Darkest Capital were published by Carcanet in late 2017. He is the Judith E Wilson Lecturer in Drama & Poetry, Faculty of English, University of Cambridge and a fellow of Corpus Christi College. He collaborates with Redell Olsen at the art / life divide on Electric Crinolines projects

Pip Thornton (Royal Holloway, University of London) is researching the linguistic, economic and political effects of Google’s search and advertising platforms. As part of her PhD thesis, Pip developed an artistic intervention called {poem}.py which fuses poetry, code and a receipt printer to critique the commodification of language by Google Adwords. Her work has been exhibited in Edinburgh and London and was recently featured in WIRED UK.

Astra is a poet and artist. She is a recent graduate from the MA Creative Writing (Poetic Practice) at Royal Holloway with focus in the neo-futurist tradition across poetry, visual art and performance. Her poetry has appeared in UK magazines and anthologies including The Tangerine, Datableed Zine and 3:am Magazine.

Calum Hazell is a writer and researcher. His work TENDS was published by Veer Books earlier this year. William Messenger is a producer and multi-instrumentalist. He released the album Ladder on Blank Editions in 2016. They live in London. 

Emma Mackilligin and Tiffany Charrington are poets based in London. For Praxis 10, they have formed a collaborative trio with musician and artist Rhiannon Armstrong. The three have developed a score-based text performance currently titled, ‘the field’. It is a responsive piece to artist Chris Johnsen’s 2011 bookwork, Untitled.

Simon Pomery is a text-sound artist. His poetry has been published by PN Review, 3am magazine, Sure Hope and exhibited at the Wysing Arts Centre. As ‘Blood Music’, he has performed at Cafe Oto, Wysing, Golden Cabinet, La Cheetah (UK), Berlin Atonal (DE), Les Urbaines (CH), Incubate (NL), Elevate (AUT), Soup (Toyko) and Club Stomp (Osaka). ’Blood Music E.P.’ and ‘Chicks/Bagdering’ are out on Diagonal Records.