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Man with long hair and glasses and headphones sits on a bed singing
18 February 2006

Film Programme 2: Sound

Various Artists Burkhard Stangl Werner Dafeldecker

The films in the programme take the essential and fundamental building blocks of cinema (combining sound and image through time) screw about with them, interrogate them and cast them anew.

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Kjell Björgeengen, Keith Rowe & Philipp Wachsmann with equipment and screens
29 November – 7 December 2008
ICA Spike Island CCA

Kjell Björgeengen, Keith Rowe & Philipp Wachsmann

Keith Rowe Kjell Björgeengen Philipp Wachsmann

An immersive environment where sound is looped through oscillators, radio, guitar pick-ups and video amps to create dense strobing images and colours

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AMM in a hallway or a hotel foyer leather jackets and smiles
23 November 2003
The Arches


Eddie Prevost John Tilbury Keith Rowe

AMM have undoubtedly been among the most important contributors to the UK free improv scene for nearly 40 years and we are extremely proud to be able to be working with such distinguished musicians who still rarely play live in the UK.

15 February 2008
The Arches

Self Cancellation – Removal Service / Transition Hide and Seek

Sarah Washington

Sarah Washington uses electronics and wind-up radios, running out of charge to repsond to the festivals’ Self Cancellation provocation.

Close up of a radio with a glowing fluorescent tube on top
12 April 2007

Chord of the Fifth Force

Barry Weisblat

A drone installation populated by flourescent strip lights working in complicity with analogue radios – “all the lights just do their thing”.

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twelve rectangular images projected on a long screen
10 October 2008

After Leonardo

Keith Rowe Malcolm Le Grice

A poetic multi-screen performance about “the inadequacy of the arbitrary passing moment and the impossibility of permanence”. About time and change.

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Tetsuo Kogawa peers at several small radios as he manipulates the aerial of one
21 March 2009
The Arches

Tetsuo Kogawa

Tetsuo Kogawa

Performing with hand built radio transmitters, which react to interference in the atmosphere and the electrical impedance of his hands, his radio art is a form of social practice; a statement in opposition to mass media.

An alto saxophone lying on a red cloth along with various small objects
22 March 2009
The Arches

Seymour Wright

Seymour Wright

A saxophone. Handheld fans. Shrill squeaks. Splutters, gargling. An incredible diversity of sounds, intensely focused by an inventive musician.

A group gather as Tetsuo Kogawa shows folks how to make a radio
17 March 2009

Radio Party

Tetsuo Kogawa

A simple hands on workshop with micro-radio theorist and pioneer Kogawa.

Seated people chat near microphones
26 February 2010


Resonance Radio Orchestra

A changing pool of people (40 or so at a time – artists, audiences, etc) talk for 90 minutes in a simultaneous series of open-ended round-table discussions, structured like speed dating, and mixed live as both a concert and for radio broadcast.

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