Published 21 February 2012 by JT
So , a good week had by all last week . The Milton Keynes event was good. The system they had to work on was great and my sound was it's self , so thank you Milton Keynes.
I performed in Milton Keynes Gallery for nearly an hour and a half. It was planned but there was space and manoeuvre for liveness. The work was made from four 40 minute pieces culminating together in a performance called "'Fissure'". I wanted to work with the title Fissure for two main reasons. The first being that the Fissure represented the performance space within the gallery and the second reason was that the "Fissure" was "Glitch Fissure" which represented a break in the "skin of the sound"
The centre section of the work " Fissure" was all Glitch based and made from live manipulation. The process of working for this performance was really focused and I had been rehearsing and developing work based on larger scale forms. So in all it work and we had a good audience and a lovely eve.
I have a few nice gigs coming up in London and soon aboard and will be posting them as they come up.
Good Good Sound to All ,
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