Posts Tagged ‘Sound Sculpture’

Visitor Centre opens on Friday 17th September, 6pm – 9pm, and is open daily, 11am to 4pm from Saturday 18th September to Sunday 3rd October. The show is the culmination of my 10 week residency at The Rea Garden, a former industrial site in Birmingham. It features a sound installation, excavations and found objects and an […]


Below is a breif summary of my artist’s talk at Eastside Projects last week. Despite forgetting the laws of thermodynamics and John Cage’s infamous quote, “music is the organisation of sound,” the talk seemed to be well received. Many thanks for those who came to hear it, and to Liz at EP and Arlene for […]


On Thursday 9th September, A Site of No Special Interest opens at Solihull Gallery. The show is a history so far of The Rea Garden artists’ project space in Birmingham, told through documentation and original artworks. As current Resident Artist at The Rea Garden I’ve submitted a new work, Three Artifacts. The interactive installation consists […]


At Eastside Projects this Thursday I’ll be giving a talk on my practice and my residency at the Rea Garden. The event starts at 6:30pm and is open to the public. I’ll be talking through some of my past projects, and discussing my research for the residency, some of the activities I’ve undertaken, and my […]


Experimenting with objects in the space again, this time using a railway sleeper and a hi-fi speaker to make a monolith or totem-pole, headstone or sentinel.


In some recent recording and a recent live performance I’ve used a microphone hung out of the window to pick up environmental sound. This is partly as a nod to John Cage’s 4’33” – where the silence of the performers emphasises the sounds inside and outside the room – and partly as an attempt to […]


Over the weekend I visited the Baltic in Gateshead where there was an exhibition of work by artists influecned by John Cage, called Cage Mix. I was pleased to see a work by Berlin based artist Katja Strunz who makes, amongst other things, sculptures which often feature kinetic elements and sound.  “Katja Strunz has a constellation […]