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Untitled, 2011 © Coterie Collective
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Neck of the Woods CD Cover, 2012 Field Recordings, Improvisation, Soundscapes
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Untitled, 2011 © Leslie Deere
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Untitled, 2011 © Nadine Richardson
Neck of the Woods Event

The Biscuit Factory, F-Block
100 Clements Rd
London, Bermondsey SE16 4DG
United Kingdom
May 25th, 2012 7:30 PM - 10:00 PM

QUICK FACTS
EVENT TYPE:  
Performance
WEBSITE:  
http://www.v22collection.com/club/
NEIGHBORHOOD:  
Other (outside main areas)
EMAIL:  
club@v22london.com
OPEN HOURS:  
Thurs/Fri 5pm - 10pm; Sat/Sun 12pm - 11pm
TAGS:  
Music photography mixed-media performance, Field Recordings, Soundscapes video-art photography, mixed-media, digital, video-art, performance, landscape
COST:  
£4 in advance:/£5 on the door

DESCRIPTION

Sound//Space at V22 in collaboration with Sound Fjord Gallery bring you an evening of music, sound and visuals, May 25th 2012.

Sound Fjord are currently in residence at V22. They have a performance and exhibition space and pop up shop - Sound//Space.

Performing on the night in celebration of this compiliation will be - Dawn Scarfe, Leslie Deere, Phillip Granell, Riz Maslen, Saskia Moore, Nadine Richardson.  This will include soundscapes, live performance, Super 8 projections, slide projections and dj sets.

We bring you an artist lead, DIY, limited edition release.  Here is some further information about this project. 

Neck of the Woods is a compilation brought about from commissioned sound works at Kew Gardens. In the summer of 2011 Leslie Deere, Riz Maslen and Kaffe Matthews were commissioned for sound installations, which exhibited during the length of the Kew Summer Festival. The bespoke sound works were installed in Kew's most iconic spaces including the Palm House and Redwood Forest.

Last year was the UN International Year of Forests. In honor of that, and the majesty of Kew, the idea of conducting site responsive field recordings was born. Most of these artists travelled to Kew, chose a location on the garden map and conducted one-take recordings responsive to the space. Nadine Richardson played Asian flute in the Bamboo Forest; Philip Granell improvised with violin in the Waterlily House. Other artists have conducted field recordings in alternative areas around London and abroad, offering a glimpse of varying outdoor locations and atmospheres.

This limited edition, handmade release is a celebration of field recordings, conducted in cherished places, hopefully capturing a memory and a whimsical moment in time.

Federico Peric - CD Mastering

A Company of Enthusiasts - CD Artwork Design


WEB LINKS AND MORE INFORMATION -

http://www.sound-space-store.co.uk/#

http://www.soundfjord.org/

http://coterie-collective.blogspot.co.uk/