LONG LIVE PHYSICAL MEDIA! - Nexus Art Cafe, Sat 16th May, 12pm-6pm.

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SOUNDNETWORK & BURNEVERYTHING @ FUTURESONIC09: LONG LIVE PHYSICAL MEDIA!

featuring artists: 

AUTOMATED NOISE ENSEMBLE / HIVE / BEN NASH / DENIS JONES 

Saturday 16th May 2009 12.00pm - 6.00pm

Nexus Art Café, Dale Street, Manchester - Northern Quarter, Opposite Vinyl Exchange

SoundNetwork are collaborating with design studio BURNEVERYTHING to explore analogue and digital media's relationship, in design and sound in an increasingly unsustainable and unstable present.

The installation / performance will allow festival goers to produce their own personal print and create a unique live sound piece which will only exist in a one off live performance and as a physical recording.  

The 'micro-recording plant' will be operated by you and the PHYSICAL MEDIA machinists and key guest sound artists curated by SoundNetwork & BURNEVERYTHING.

Come be part of the SoundNetwork / BURNEVERYTHING assembly line!!! 
And of course enjoy Nexus' excellent tea, coffee and cake whilst experiencing experimental sound and visual performances.

More information:

http://soundnetwork.org.uk

http://www.burneverything.co.uk

http://www.nexusonline.org.uk

http://futuresonic.com/soundnetwork

assembly line / people / microphone / organ / embossing machine / typewriter / screenprint bed / letterpress machine / foil embossing machine / various paper stock / unique die-cut and pre-creased templated card / effects pedals / cassettes / mixing desk / cabling / tables / coffee / tea / cake / hive / automated noise ensemble / ben nash (aurora borealis label) / denis jones 

 

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BOBS

THIRD PARTY: 

- IMOGEN STIDWORTHY TALKS TO STEPHEN NAYLOR

21st May 2009, 6.30pm - 8.30pm, Free

FACT, Gallery 1, Liverpool, L1 4DQ - Climate for Change 

Liverpool based artist Imogen Stidworthy invites Stephen Naylor, Detective Superintendent and part of Liverpool Police Force's Major Incident Team, to talk about language and communication in his role as a senior investigative officer responsible for interviewing witnesses and suspects involved in major crime. Set within the context of her work as an international artist, Imogen presents this open conversation as part of her current research practice, with examples of her own work and opportunities for the audience to contribute to the debate. This talk is part of the Climate for Change exhibition at FACT, Liverpool.

Banging On... is a new series of talks which invites artists that work with sound to engage guests of their choice in conversation on a public platform. The series intends to provide access for audiences into methods of research, skill sharing and networking that would ordinarily happen behind closed doors, and to give artists a chance to open up their discussions to wider groups.   

http://climateforchange.fact.co.uk/events:banging_on