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‘observation 1’ [ovington down] dedicated to Sadie Harrison [composer].
‘observation 2’ [oxey marsh] dedicated to John McLeod [composer].
Live recordings of ‘observation 1’ [ovington down] and ‘observation 2’ [oxey marsh] on the 12th April 2016 at St. Thomas and All Saints Church, Lymington, Hampshire with ‘zero theorem:’ Eugene Lee, Minsi Yang, Stephen Upshaw, Patrick Tapio Johnson
The world premiere performance of Marc Yeats’ two string quartets, observation 1 & 2, composed as part of his response to being Composer-in-Residence to SPUD’s The Observatory Residencies at Winchester Science Park and the South Downs National Park along with the Salt Marshes, Lymington.
Recordings by David Rogers and Mandy Rathbone from DIVAcontemporary.
You can find out more about Marc’s Observatory residencies here: marc-yeats.co.uk/blog/category/co…the-observatory/
The closing date of ‘The Responses to Grafters: All Work and No Play’ exhibition, with work by associate artists Mandy Rathbone, David Rogers and Nigel Slight. At the People’s History Museum, Manchester, as been extended until Sunday 15 May.
All Work and No Play
Responses to Grafters: Industrial society in image and word
5 March 2016 — 15 May 2016
People’s History Museum
Manchester M3 3ER
Associate artist Nigel Slight gave an entertaining, engaging and informative talk, to the ‘art group’ (organised by Anna Best) about his work, influences and creative process at DIVAcontemporary STUDIO on Thursday 24th March 2016.
Link to Nigel’s notes ……..
This coastal soundscape by Martyn Ware is cinema for the mind. Using sounds submitted as part of the ‘sounds of our shore’ project in 2015 (a partnership between the National Trust, British Library and National Trust for Scotland) Martyn has created a rich sonic journey around the 10,800 miles of the UK coastline. The soundscape includes Gabriel Ware’s beautiful orchestral compositions. The full version of the soundscape is available to download for free at https://audioboom.com/boos/4304096-sea-inside-us-all
National Trust, British Library and National Trust Scotland – Sounds of our Shores sound map http://www.bl.uk/sounds-of-our-shores includes ‘West Bay Shoreline and Biplane’ by DIVAcontemporary associate artist David Rogers [World Listening Day, sonic coast :: sound week, 18th July 2015].
images from Sounds of our Shores audioBoom and British Library websites.