Sunday 20 May 2018, 7pm, OTO Project Space

OTO PROJECT SPACE: Praxis 9 - Andrew Spragg, Sandra Keating, Joseph Persad & Simon Pomery, Matschulat, Libby Norman

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Praxis is curated by text-sound poet and blood musician, Simon Pomery. It is run with assistance from the Royal Holloway Poetics Research Centre and the Humanities & Arts Research Institute at Royal Holloway.

Andrew Spragg is from London. Recent poetry books include Tether//Replica(Sprialbound/Susak Press, 2015), OBJECTS (Red Ceiling Press, 2014), A Treatise on Disaster (Contraband Books, 2013) and To Blart & Kid (Like This Press, 2013). A new book Now Too How Soon came out with Contraband Books autumn 2017.

Sandra Keating is an interdisciplinary artist and documentary photographer interested in social commentary, people and environments. Her process-based practise focuses on the psychology of art, conceptual practise and experiments with abstract expression, automatism, catharsis and flow. She is currently developing an ongoing series of environmental art projects under the umbrella term of Project Wonderlands responding to the need for nature (re)connection in our urbanised world.

Joseph Persad lives in London. Recent poems are online in Erotoplasty #1 and a book called Sweet Utility.

Adam Matschulat is a sound artist and producer from Sao Paulo, Brasil and makes experimental music with influences rooted in musique concrete, industrial noise and acousmatic music. His performances contrast with his studio work as it focuses on the space and often unfolds with improvisation with chance based electronic processing. He runs the independent label Resterecords.

Libby Norman is a performance artist, writer and fangirl. She is a founding member of live art collective '@ some point' who have produced events in London and Berlin, and she has created solo work in venues from the Camden Roundhouse to the Live Art Development Agency. Recently she was a guest live-writer for Critical Interruptions, a live art criticism collective, at Steakhouse Live 2018 festival of performance art.