CHARLES HAYWARD // live
DENIS D’OR // live
Denis D’Or is a London based band comprising of Grundik Kasyansky on feedback synthesiser, Yoni Silver on bass clarinet, and Tom Wheatley on double bass.
ROTTEN BLISS // live
Outlet for the violent, warm and weird expressions of art rock cellist and vocalist Jasmine Pender. Defying expectations of the cello through her preference for extended techniques and extreme FX processing, Jasmine’s abrasive playing style evokes the possession and freedom of rock and roll, deconstruction and decay. Accompanied by sparse cello noir bass riffs, Jasmine sings songs about abandoned lighthouses, transcendence and nightwatchmen, intermixed with stark noisecapes and synaesthesic sound art.
THE LAMIA // live
An experienced drummer and percussionist with parallel experience in electronic music, Daniele Sergio is the co-founder of Italian duo Kolmitt. He presented material from his upcoming second solo album with his pseudonym ‘The Lamia’.
MINUS PILOTS // live
Minus Pilots is percussionist Matt Pittori and bassist Adam Barringer. Together they weave sparse textures, crumbling atmospheres and fractured drones with currents of gentle crackle. Minus Pilots have performed in Amsterdam, Berlin, Brussels, Dublin, London, Milan and Paris.
BLANCA REGINA & PIERRE BOUVIER PATRON // live A/V
DAMIR POLIC // installation
‘Revision and Blemish’. A six paintings of heavy textures and multiple layers containing stories. “Much like crumbling painted facades of London, his paintings are remnants of time passed, lives lived and observed, containing stories that perhaps were never told but surely existed. In a way a lick of fresh paint creates a blank slate for the future while solidifying and containing the past”.
RE:ACT! // installation
Outdoor A/V Installation by CEO and producer of IQONO Ltd, Miguel Domingo Redondo and Jose Macabra.
DISINFORMATION // installation
“Ammonite” is a beguiling and hypnotic “video organism”, created using standard definition domestic TV and video equipment, in conjunction with a lab-surplus 632.8nm helium-neon research laser. Versions of the technique used to create this exhibit have been used by artists since the early 1960s, “Ammonite” is unique among video feedback artworks however, first in the subtlety of tuning used to realise this work, second in the fact that this artwork is not abstract, but naturalistic and representational.