Transmission Spores (2018) was made for a touring exhibition called The Ash Archive, a touring exhibition across Kent, Jan – Nov. It was exhibited at Studio 3 Gallery, Kent University, Limbo Margate, Halpern Gallery UCA, Folkestone Salt Festival and at the Kaleidoscope Gallery Medway and ACE Funded.
WordsnWaves is a collaborative project which produced two live performances involving bespoke digital technologies and the spoken word in 2018. The aim of this project is to establish a creative collaboration and knowledge exchange between experienced practitioners of music technology (Daniel Herbert) and literary performance (Aidan and Miriam Dooley) within the School of Music and Performing Arts. The project seeks to explore the intersections between text, music, sound, visuals and theatre in live context through the creation and use of bespoke software in response to the spoken word.
WINTERSOUND: 24-26 January 2019 @ Sidney Cooper Gallery
Returning for its third year, the Sidney Cooper Gallery is warmed from its midwinter chill by striking performances and sound installations by local, national and international composers, sound artists and improvisers. This year we celebrate collaborations with Free Range, Canterbury Christ Church University and The Orpheus Institute for Artistic Research In Music, Ghent.
Emily Peasgood, composer, sound artist and CCCU PhD student, has won a British Composer Award!
Oscillate 2018 at Turner Contemporary
Date: 2nd June, 2018
Location: Turner Contemporary, Rendezvous, Margate CT9 1HG
Day: 12:00-18:00 (free)
Evening: 20:00-0:00 (£5 Adv.)
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On 1 June, composer Cevanne Horrocks-Hopayian will be visiting CCCU to present at our conference for the training sessions supported by the Royal Musical Association.
Sophie Stone (MPA) presented her PhD research at the Centre’s work in progress session on 13th March, 2018.
Sophie will present at the third work in progress session this term on 13th March, 5-6pm (MDf08).
Richy Carey is a sound artist and composer. Broadly speaking, his work looks at the way we listen to film, thinking about what the sound of an object or material is, not the sound it makes. He’s currently doing AHRC funded PhD research into the relationship between materiality, language and film sound at Glasgow University.