AlgoMech Festival: Sonic Pattern

When
Sunday 12 November 2017 7:00pm - 10:00pm
Price
£9, Please book in advance
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Where
Millennium Gallery
Theme
Performance
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AlgoMech Festival and Museums Sheffield present a concert of strange and wonderful mechanical music, featuring new work from acclaimed artist Leafcutter John.

Leafcutter John: For AlgoMech 2017, Leafcutter John will perform new work developed in Sheffield in the run up to the festival. He'll be spending time in the fabrication lab in Access Space, developing mechanical sequencer mechanisms using rotating discs and optical or magnetic sensors to create rhythmic and harmonic patterns. Be the first to hear the results..

Peter K. Rollings: Experimental Sonic Machines: Handmade machines generate post-punk basslines and rhythms, controlled by Peter K. Rollings, and joined by Ernie, the robotic drummer.

Sarah Kenchingon: Sounds from the Farm yard This performance by the Pedal Powered Orchestra, (ridden by Sarah Kenchington), will use mechanically enhanced acoustic instruments to evoke the pastoral/industrial ambience of an intensive dairy farm. This comes from the notion that the sounds produced in the making of the instruments as well as those that are present in the environment where they are kept, have become intrinsically connected to the sounds they now make. In the same way that people talk about the flavour of whisky being influenced by the ground that the water runs through, this idea suggests that the sonic environment has infiltrated the musician and instruments alike.

Naomi Kashiwagi: Naomi Kashiwagi is an award-winning visual artist, sound artist and creative producer living in Manchester. She has shown, performed and produced events across the UK and internationally. Naomi produces sound works, installations, performances and works on paper, that draw upon her cultural heritage, an intrinsic fusion of two cultures, British and Japanese. Drawing is central to Naomi's practice and she makes drawings using a range of media including diamonds, typewriters, gramophones and pianos, as well as graphite and pen.

Camilla Vatne Barratt-Due and Alexandra Cardenas: Camilla Vatne Barratt-Due studied classical accordion at the Royal Academy of Music in Copenhagen. She has worked as composer and musician developing concepts of sound for performance and contemporary dance since 2009. Alexandra Cárdenas is a composer, programmer and improviser of music born in Bogotá, Colombia in 1976. She studied composition at the Universidad de los Andes where she also carried studies in mathematics and classical guitar. Her works have been played in diverse venues in America, Europe and Asia.

 

 

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