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Look and Listen:
3 performances in York (25/3/11):
'Revolution by Night' on limited edition CD 'Music for a Revolution'. More info at www.alandunn67.co.uk
'11 years of minutes'
'Pandaemonium' - clip from performance at Chapter Arts.
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ANNEXE: 'Atlas' at Tactile Bosch during Eisteddfod week.
'Thaw': Atrium, 13th June. Video clip viewable here.
Talk and reception for 'Marginalia Prt. 2' at the School of Psychology - Friday, 6th June at 4.45 pm.
'Oil II' at Art Radio, Cornerhouse, Manchester. (July 11th).
'Oil II' at Futuresonic: Soundnetwork page
A Song for Europe:
Gwilly Edmondez and Richard performed A Song for Europe at the AVFest08 in Newcastle University's CultureLab on March 1st and 2nd. This work took the form of a performance installation, based on Artaud's 'To have done with the judgement of God', using extended vocal techniques and digital processing. This piece will be developed further and presented elsewhere. [Part of the 'Music and Machines VIII: Broadcast' conference.] An excellent video by David Float was to be found at http://www.musicfilmbroth.com.
An improvisation for violin and electronics. Soloist: Valerie Pearson. First performance took place on 20th June in the Cockpit at St. Fagan's Folk Museum (audio) with a second performance that evening at Chapter, Cardiff (audio). The piece shall be developed further.
'The Fall of the House of Usher'
Film accompaniment with Ian Watson and Matthew Lovett first performed on 20th June at Chapter, Cardiff as part of the 'Hawks' improv night. Audio file here (note that there is about 3 minutes silence at the start). This commemorates the 200th anniversary of Poe's birth.
'Pandaemonium' - performance with Gwilly Edmondez for Experimentica '08 at Chapter - 16th October. 9.30pm.
Peter Telfer has produced a video of the events at Experimentica, including Pandaemonium, and a clip is available here.
'Brave New Wales' is 4 hours of
challenging music spread over 3 discs, with 32 page booklet, housed in a
custom foil-embossed box. Limited edition of 1000.
Available from Fourier Transform
Work in progress:
Working title 'Invocation'. This ACW-funded R+D will involve Elena Piras (vocals) and Katie Stevens (woodwind) in research toward a piece that would evolve music in an installation over a period of time with contributions from an arbitrary group of musicians. More to follow.
The Velvet Lantern Project:
Using material from both the stories, compositions and lives of Edgar Allan Poe and Chopin and working in material from the film 'The Fall of the House of Usher' by Epstein. It shall draw upon my own work from 15 years or so.
This piece was started during a residency at G39. This residency marked a return to physical materials in my work.
A piano was activated by modified loudspeakers (see In Slower Motion below) and the sound captured live, processed and distrubuted through three guitar amplifiers. You can hear a clip here.
VL VI: An essay on Michelangelo Antonioni's 1966 film, 'Blow-Up'
“Photography is truth. And the cinema is truth 24 times a second.” - Bruno Forestiere in Le Petit Soldat (JL Godard 1960).
This is a film under a microscope shown at Experimentica 2015, Chapter, Cardiff. A short clip can be seen here.
VL IV - Manuscript - In Slower Motion.
VL III. 'Tricolour: the Passion of Joan of Arc' (for Experimentica 2013). With support from Cardiff School of Psychology.
Excerpts at youtube
VL II: 'Ceremony - a Hymn to the Night' - voice/electronics/video for Chapter's Experimentica12. Collaborator/performer: Caroline Pugh. Facebook event page.
'The Velvet Lantern I.iii' - Fixed media (video with sound) presented at re:animate exhibition, Davis Memorial Gallery, Newtown.
'The Velvet Lantern I.ii' was presented for the first time at SAW, Sonic Artists in Wales', March 2010. This version is for video/audio with live control (no performers).
'The Velvet Lantern I.i' - performers: Gwilly Edmondez, Caroline Pugh and Ludo Bunel; visuals and design: Richard Bowers; sound: Richard Bowers with Ian Watson. Performed: Experimentica09 at Chapter, 13th November 2009. Short video was available at Culture Colony - http://www.culturecolony.com/videos?id=1042