bjc – D&Dv2_Studies_v2
Released on TONEBURST 26 October 2019.
Launch event @ the343 (JD Zazie), Belfast.
Saturday 26 October. Doors 8pm. Tickets £7/5. BYOB. No Glass.
JD ZAZIE is an experimental DJ, avant-turntablist and sound artist living between Berlin and Bolzano.
This workshop is suitable for beginners, with no previous electronic circuit making experience.
booking email – email@example.com
Location – Framewerk gallery & framing service.
When – Saturday 26th October 2019. 13:00-17:00.
Cost – £10
The latest TONEBURST release is now available.
The recordings are mono. From instrument to hard drive. From hard drive to tape. Each of the four tracks were made using the Drone & Drama v2 instrument. The recordings were selected from a pool of recordings made over the course of one working week. Each day (Monday to Friday) four recordings were made using the same guidelines. Four studio improvisations of around five minutes were recorded according to the following guide to how to use the instrument.
Drone to drama.
Drama to drone.
Drone to drama & back.
Drama to drone & back.
After capturing the recordings four of the representations were selected for release.
Cassette & sine instrument.
The recordings should be played back and played along with using the sine instrument. The listener / audience ‘finishes’ a composition by giving it attention. Listening is a form of composition; deciding, discriminating. The inclusion of an instrument with this recording offers another type of participation to the audience. This is to make available and explicit the active role people can have when deciding to spend time on music activities.
Contribute to the composition. Complete the work.
The instrument requires a 12 volt DC power source (2.1mm tip negative) this is not supplied in the box set.
Free event spanning the Friday and Saturday of the Oscillations and Modulations festival, from 1-5.30pm.
2:00 PM – 3:00 PM > Subfusc is a live improvisation performance with drums, modular synths and contact mics
3:00 PM – 4:00 PM > BJC with a DIY Instrument demo and live improvisation.
Launch for new TONEBURST release.
‘bjc – Drone & Drama v2 Studies v1′.
Limited edition box set containing cassette tape & Sine Instrument.
4:00 PM – 5:30 PM > This is where anything can happen. The table is yours (soundsystem and mixing desk provided = open jack?)
Catalyst Audio Tracks is a Catalyst Members series that focuses on the world of sound art. We reached out to our members to submit work in Drone, Noise, Ambient, Electroacoustic, Field Recording, Synthesis Exploration, or All/None-of-the-above and this compilation is the result.
This event is the presentation of that compilation and it takes place in the Sonic Arts Research Centre‘s very own Sonic Laboratory. A specialist acoustic space designed with 48 loudspeakers, strategically located, will project and move sounds throughout the space, including underneath the audience.
Featuring work from: Barry Cullen, Hadi Bastani, Chris Steenson Dan Shipsides, Jordan Hutchings, Dara Flanagan, Noel Hensey, Sarah Lundy, Vasiliki Stasinaki, Gross Net, Camilla Fanning, Ben Fletcher, Seamus Harahan, Joey O’Gorman, Petra Dominova, Stephen Todd
United Bible Studies / Touch Sensitive / Passerby / Hatecrimes / Rodger Montgomery / Fears / Cut In Blinks / The Movement Collective / Arc / The Ship Argo / Paulo Sousa Quase Sosia / Ruth Bate / Stuart Watson / Chris Steenson / Jamie Nelson / Richard Ballie / Robin Price / Hive / Richard Davis / Jamie Nevin
24th May – 5th July 2018
Interzone brings together a group of internationally prominent and emergent artists whose approaches to their individual art practices embrace sound, installation and visual components. The project is a six week conversation, the gallery re-imagined as liminal land between borders, playing host to a sustained exploration of the multi-faceted, complex, mutually invigorating relationships possible across visual and sonic art practices and rejecting outmoded separation between disciplines within contemporary art. Codes, glitches and loops permeate the assembled constituents of the exhibition, instigating a shifting inter-connection between what is seen and heard. The title references both the International Zone setting of William S Burroughs taboo breaking 1959 novel Naked Lunch and the mysterious, dreamlike “Zone” in Andrei Tarkovsky’s 1979 film Stalker.
Interzone will be complemented by a series of live Sonic Art performances on the opening night and to coincide with June and July Late Night Art Belfast.