Unsound : Undead: Readings and Performances

Part of Bristol New Music 2018

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    Free but booking advised

Including contributions from Steve Goodman (Kode9), Eleni Ikoniadou, Toby Heys, Ayesha Hameed, Lee Gamble

A programme of short readings and audiovisual presentations from AUDINT members (and special guests) takes place within the installation at Spike Island, expanding on themes of their forthcoming book Unsound : Undead.

Contributing performers include Eleni Ikoniadou, founder and director of the Audio Culture Research Unit (ACRU), crew member of AUDINT and author of The Rhythmic Event (2014); Steve Goodman, known as the musician Kode9, founder of Hyperdub records, AUDINT member, and author of Sonic Warfare: Sound, Affect and the Ecology of Fear (2009); Toby Heys, AUDINT member and Head of Research at The International Screen School Manchester, Manchester School of Art; Ayesha Hameed, an artist and writer whose forthcoming book Black Atlantis re-reads the jettison of slaves overboard the slave ship Zong in 1781 through the speculations of Detroit electronic band Drexciya; and Lee Gamble, an electronic musician who has released records on Hyperdub and PAN, runs his own imprint UIQ and hosts a regular show on NTS radio.

This event is free but booking is advised – to book visit the Spike Island website

Part of AUDINT: Unsound:Undead, a weekend of installations, talks and performances at Spike Island as part of Bristol New Music 2018.

Click here for more information on AUDINT: Unsound : Undead weekend.

Please note these events take place at Spike Island, 133 Cumberland Road, Bristol BS1 6UX.

Bristol New Music 2018

AUDINT – Unsound:Undead is part of Bristol New Music 2018, bringing the very best international contemporary new music to the city in partnership with Colston Hall, Arnolfini, Spike Island, St George’s Bristol and the University of Bristol for a dazzling weekend to explores new realms in sound.

To view the full festival programme click here.

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