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A drawing of skull has the numbers 21 - 87 in a serif font written over the eyes
12 October 2008
DCA

Film Programme: Sonic Landscapes

Various Artists

Can a musician create a sonic photograph; something with a depth of field, where you can hear sounds and their interconnections, much as you see objects and their relationships in a photo? Could a filmmaker use musical concepts to represent landscape?

Kill Your Timid Notion 08
Nikos and Rhordi wood chipping a cello near a projector
17 – 22 March 2009
The Arches

World Music Documentary

Eva-Maria Houben Fritz Welch Hermann Nitsch Jean-Luc Guionnet Jean-Philippe Gross Jerome Noetinger Joan La Barbara Klaus Filip Michael Pisaro Mico Nikos Veliotis Otomo Yoshihide Phil Minton Radu Malfatti Rhodri Davies Sachiko M Sean Meehan Seymour Wright Steve McCaffery Taku Unami Tamio Shiraishi Tetsuo Kogawa Toshimaru Nakamura

Greek TV company Onos Productions came to INSTAL 09 to document the festival and report on Nikos Veliotis’ Cello Powder performance.

Two speakers on stage surrounded by audience and red cushions
19 November 2017
Tramway

Discourse or Intercourse: Group Action

Maxine Meighan Robert Softley Gale

How do people living with disability see themselves in today’s sexualised culture? How do we imagine our crip sexual selves despite society wanting to reduce us to non-erotic bodies?

Episode 9: Other Worlds Already Exist
Robert Softley Gale working at a computer next to a bath robe
18 November 2017
Tramway

Discourse or Intercourse: One on One

Robert Softley Gale

Ten short intimate one-on-one conversations with Robert Softley Gale – We all want to see ourselves reflected in the world around us—in society, in art, in culture… in porn?

Episode 9: Other Worlds Already Exist
KUCHENGA, Jackie Wang, and Nat Raha seated in discussion on red cushions
18 November 2017
Tramway

Future Justice in the Present

Jackie Wang KUCHENGA Nat Raha

Thought and action, writing and protesting. A chat with Nat Raha, KUCHENGA and Jackie Wang asking what can be learnt from writing across genres by agitators, activists and abolitionists?

Episode 9: Other Worlds Already Exist
a banner with painted letters saying sex work is work
20 April 2017
Terrence Higgins Trust

Community Discussion: LGBTQI People & Sex Worker’s Rights

Join Umbrella Lane and special guest migrant trans sex workers in a community discussion about the points of intersection in LGBT people’s rights and sex worker’s rights.

Sex Workers’ Festival of Resistance
A view looking down a stone spiral staircase. A pair of trainers is on a step.
14 February 2008
Glasgow Uni Music Dept

Personal Space

Aileen Campbell Neil Davidson

Personal Spaces: inversion of a territorial bell, confusing the realms between rehearsal and performance, public and private space.

INSTAL 08
James Whitehead standing by a blackboard
16 May 2010
Tramway

JILAT

JLIAT / James Whitehead

UK conceptual/ drone/ noise artist, who is seriously posing what might seem to be unanswerable questions of music.

UNINSTAL
Daniel Carter sitting backstage at MLFC 07
13 May 2007
The Sage Gateshead

Talk Hosted by Byron Coley

Byron Coley Daniel Carter Sabir Mateen

Free-jazz chat with Sabir Mateen, Daniel Cater, Andrew Barker – hosted by Byron Coley.

Music Lover’s Field Companion 07
Image says:Don't ask to fight their wars, don't tell them that's what we're for.
23 October 2016
Tramway

Against Inclusion

Dean Spade Eric A Stanley Mujeres Creando

What does it mean to resist seeking assimilation or inclusion within, or let our demands be co-opted by the very systems we seek to dismantle?

Episode 8: Refuse Powers’ Grasp