Member of British experimental groups, Morphogenesis, The Bohman Brothers, Secluded Bronte and The London Improvisers Orchestra. Adam's music is unique and experimental, incorporating Fluxus, musique concrete, sound poetry and free improvisation. Works with home made instruments and spoken word.
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Visual artist working with sound. Known for his ‘Feel O.K.’ and ‘Quite Place’ therapeutic performance installations, The Wire described his ‘O.K.’ cassette release as ‘something quite strange, creepy and good’. It was broadcast by BBC Radio’s Late Junction last New Year’s Day.
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Works with sound in the expanded field of sculpture and is interested in both real and psychic landscapes. Uses turntablism to perform live and has released sound works in the UK and USA and exhibits objects, drawings as well as creates installations. In 2021 she was a visiting research fellow at the Henry Moore Institute.
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Joseph Kamaru (aka KMRU) is a sound artist and experimental ambient musician, raised in Nairobi, Kenya, and currently based in Berlin. His works deal with discourses of field recording, noise, ambient, radio art and expansive hypnotic drones. He has earned international acclaim from his performances in far-flung locales as well as his ambient recordings, including the 2020 album Peel released on Editions Mego.
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Sound artist exploring the musical, philosophical, and psychological impacts of sustained notes. Her improvisatory approach of layering, fragmenting, and spatialising sonic material, seeks to unravel the sonic resonances in the musical drone. Her recent sonic experimentations are available as part of ‘Silence with the Consent of Sound’ audio catalogue from the 2019 Field Kitchen Academy Residency.
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London-based artist focusing on sound practices such as live performance, installation and recording/composing for dance and film. Tom is interested in the physicality of sound: how it is felt by the body and experienced in architectural space. In 2016 he founded Apologies in Advance, a platform for artists presenting work-in-progress performances with 15 iterations and over 40 artists contributing to date.
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