Category Archives: Marcus Leadley

Performance opportunity at Whitstable Biennale 4th June 2016 [11am – 5pm].

Whitstable Biennale will be taking place on the Kent coast during June, once again David Rogers, Mandy Rathbone and I will be running a ‘silent’ sound-art event on the beach as part of the Satellite programme. http://www.whitstablebiennale.com/programme/satellite/ If you are … Continue reading

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sound a vital tool in conservation?

BBC R4 Costing the Earth. Peter Gibbs asks whether sound could become a vital tool in conservation, helping us understand far more about how wildlife interacts and how it is affected by changes in the environment . Listen and download … Continue reading

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‘coast to coast :: Dorset to Whitstable′ download on DIVAcontemporary bandcamp label

Saturday 31st May 11am – 4pm [on the beach, Whitstable]. Associate artists Marcus Leadley and David Rogers were ‘on the beach’ as part of The Whitstable Biennale Satellite 2014 programme with their headphone installation. released 21 February 2015 produced by … Continue reading

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DIVAcontemporary Studio review 2014

Download the 2014 review of studio and associate artist’s projects including links to audio and video documentation of the sonic coast live concert series, compilation CD releases from DIVAcontemporary on Bandcamp and podcasts on Spreaker Radio. Audio highlights from our … Continue reading

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‘releasing the frozen music #1’ download on DIVAcontemporary bandcamp label

release date 11th October 2014 “I call architecture frozen music” Johann Wolfgang von Goethe These works engage with architecture and sound in different ways. They take the exploration of soundscape and place into the realms of musical composition and site … Continue reading

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open studio at Whitstable Biennale Satellite 2014

Saturday 31st May 11am – 4pm [on the beach, Whitstable] Associate artists Marcus Leadley and David Rogers will be ‘on the beach’ as part of The Whitstable Biennale Satellite programme presenting a headphone installation. Works featured: Time and Tide by … Continue reading

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DIVAcontemporary studio review of 2013

Link to DIVAcontemporary 2013 review of the year – studio and associate artists’ work.

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Marcus Leadley :: sound installation

New 8-channel works (based on Field recording from West Bay in Dorset and Whitstable in Kent) in an exhibition at St. James’s Hatchem Church, New Cross, South London by Marcus Leadley (co-director DIVAcontemporary).

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