BIONI SAMP // live
As an electronic music producer and seasonal beekeeper, I was inspired to learn more about bee frequencies and make a creative work that incorporated these bee frequencies in the hope of raising awareness about bees and their increasingly fragile ecology system.
YEARS OF DENIAL // live
Years of Denial is a fetishtic ritual of contorted flesh and altered states, a feverish/ infectious paradox of primitivism and modernity. Years of Denial is the ghost in the machine.
Years of Denial is the alter-face of French musician/DJ/producer Jerome Tcherneyan and Czech performance artist/DJ Barkosina Hanusova. With the use of hardware combined with vocals and a plethora of dub devices, YOD are re-visiting the dark corner of Post Punk, Industrial music movement and rave culture.
RICHARD CROW // live
Richard Crow: inter-disciplinary artist, working in the field of experimental audio research, and performance.
AURELIA TROJANOVSKA // live
Techno/Ambient/Drone live project
FOR YOUR OWN SAFETY // live
Imperfections, with a different advent, delving into their personal dreams as thoughts utilising visual aids in their performance. Their sound has become a sea of drone and ambient noise.
SPECIMENS // live
Specimens is the London based ambient/drone producer Alex Ives. His live show incorporates delicately arranged cassette loops, synth layers and swelling, wall-of-sound building guitar.
Lia Mice // live
Live electronic artist, producer, DJ & instrument designer based in London, Lia Mice’s music blurs the lines between experimental pop, weird dance & tech noir.
NICOLA WOODHAM // live
In her new performance They Speak (2017) Nicola Woodham used her live voice and chance electronic music processes to tap into energy debris and remnants of radicalism at The Old Church: calling on 18th century feminist poet Anna Laetitia Barbauld, who is buried in the churchyard.
VOLSENT // live
Volsent is Dario Grazian. Terribly corrosive. Highly distorted powerful kicks and drums that are blended with creepy baselines and pitched spooky melodies. The March of industrial techno beats that shape your movement into an evened timed dance of limbs, eventuating in complete exhaustion. He believe in the creation from destruction.
GRUNDIK KASYANSKY // live
Russian London-based artist and electronic musician who works in experimental improvisation, live installation, audio collage, and designs sound for dance, theatre and film. He wrote poetry before switching to electronic music and it deeply influenced his current practice.
CONNY PRANTERA // installation
“The single EYE” live video projections and sound installation from the multi media project “THE SEER”.
MONIKA BANCYR DE ANGELI // installation
”Do not question yourself out of existence” installation. The installation consists of 40 metres of white fabric, 10 LED lights, torsos cast from male and female bodies: front and back.
DIEGO VALENTE // installation
Diego Valente’s practice unearths the repressed permeability of unstable yet prized constructs, such as rationality and consciousness, exploring the process and drive behind the production of the work of art.
Influenced by the dialogue between arts and the spiritual, anthropology and science, his work attempts to question belief systems, examining resonances, parallels and intersections between these different structures. Working in a meditative way, He draws upon and respond to the properties of different materials.
Central to his practice is our relationship to seeing, truth, knowledge and perception. The photographic thus becomes a central focus, in which our biological eye and neuro-scientific sensory system of light perception are drawn upon and explored within a poetic framework. The flash-gun pulsing as lightning, the hovering unfixed after image as memory trails are incorporated into performances, filmic works and installations.
MELANIE KATHRYN KING // installation
Melanie King’s research is concerned with the visual language that is currently associated with astronomy. How are astronomical images mediated by institutions such as NASA / the ESA before they are published for consumption by the general public? Recent research papers written by the artist consider texts on semiology, phenomenology and the index when applied to astronomical images and recordings.
The artist explores these ideas through direct interactions with celestial objects using photography, video and sound/frequency visualisation techniques. The artist often seeks opportunities to directly view and capture celestial objects, and benefits from journeys to dark sky areas. Recent projects include photographic etchings made from meteorite fragments, an oscilloscope fed by pulsar data, daguerreotypes of the planet Mercury and a series of photographic prints caused by the sun, moon and stars.