audiograft returns with its annual mix of new experimental music and sound, exhibitions, artists talks and workshops. This year’s festival promises to open your ears and eyes to extraordinary and surprising sounds and events, with voices emerging as if from nowhere, rotating sounds, kinetic sculpture for used computer cases, intimate physical theatre, and consumer electronics pushed to their limits. At the heart of the festival is a group exhibition at OVADA featuring Stephen Cornford, Yann Leguay & Gaetan Rusquet and Harriet Butler. The festival also features The International Nothing, described as Berlin’s finest in Clarinet entertainment.
audiograft is a PWYD (Pay What You Decide) festival.
Friday 10th: Artists Dialogues 2pm - 3pm
Artist Dialogues are a curated series of discussions, featuring artists Thor McIntyre-Burnie, Vicky Langan, Yann Leguay and Stephen Cornford from this year’s festival programme. We’ll be looking upon kinetic sculpture to composition, improvisation to spatial intervention and materialism and beyond, picking between the nuances in what is explored and discovered. These dialogues take the form of a discussion and serve as an informal way for those interested in different aspects of the festival to listen to the artists open up, discuss their work and share thoughts on how and what they are making.
Saturday 11th: Katsura Mouri / Martin Howse / Vicky Langan / Yann Leguay -7pm
Monday, March 13th, Department of Music, Goldsmiths
Vicky will show and discuss her work in RHB 155, which is located on the ground floor of the Richard Hoggart Building in Goldsmiths, in the Electronic Music Studios.
This event is run by the Fringe and Underground Music Group.
5 - 6pm
Goldsmiths University, New Cross
FREE, All Welcome