5 Politics

Politics

Performed Installation

Christopher DeLaurenti
N30: Live at the WTO

Saturday 13

  • 19:30-20:35Tramway 1

Entry to Event by Day or Festival Pass

Who:

Field recording artist with a keen and radical political ear/ commitment.

What:

N30 is a massive, dynamic, immersive multi-channel presentation of front-line field recordings (pepper spray, tear gas and rubber bullets; drums, slogans, chants, increasingly fraught stand-offs; screaming and violence) and covert recordings of police transmissions from the world-historical protest against the WTO in Seattle.

"...You listen on the edge of your seat, every shout and noise significant, the raw emotion on show extraordinarily moving..."
Ben Watson, The Wire.

Why:

Chris insists on a connection between ways of listening developed by experimental music and their ability to capture, inform or affect real-world situations. N30 is an incredibly powerful, dynamic and musical composition but also in itself an activist project.

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Audio

N30

Streets Excerpt

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Day Pass = £10
Festival Pass = £25
Early Bird Festival Pass = £20

— Limited number available until Friday 15 October


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+44(0)0845 330 3501
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On any of the nights 12, 13, 14 Nov 2010:
1 x bed in a 14 person dorm room = £11
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