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Ora 23 at 8pm – Multisensory Conflict

July 30th, 2015 · No Comments

On Ora 23 at 8pm Multisensory Conflict presented by Daniela Cascella and Salomé Voegelin. Multisensory Conflict is the reworking of a live performance of Ora, presented on 8th July at CRASSH University of Cambridge as part of the Sound Studies: Art, Experience, Politics conference. On this occasion, crossing the boundary between lecture and performance, Cascella and Voegelin read and play sounds, texts and voices that do not explain or interpret but embody rhythms, repetitions, coincidences and discordancies to present aesthetic, poetic and political conflicts. In this improvised format, the performance creates a sound work that faces its own meta-discourse and is able to talk back, infusing stable frameworks of theory and criticism with the vagaries of an invisible sound. For more information visit ora2013.wordpress.com[Repeated on Friday at 9am.]

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The Opera Hour at 4.30pm – Festivals

July 30th, 2015 · No Comments

On The Opera Hour at 4.30pm opera singer and poet Richard Scott explores opera and libretti through the prism of various themes. Richard Scott explores opera and libretti through the prism of various themes. Today: Festivals. Summer in London means two things – Tête à Tête and Grimeborn. Over the last decade, these two  opera festivals have been changing the way the world views opera. Richard meets Alex Groves (composer of Born Mad: Mix), Alexis Bennett (composer of The Electrictionary) and Leo Geyer and Joel Fisher (composer and director of The Clown of Clowns) to talk about their upcoming works and why being a part of these seminal festivals is so important. [Repeated Monday 10am.]

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Panel Borders at 11am – Wilson and Wyld

July 30th, 2015 · No Comments

On Panel Borders at 11am Alex Fitch explores the art and culture of comics and graphic novels with practitioners worldwide. Concluding a month of shows about Australasian comic book creators, Alex Fitch talks to an Australian writer Evie Wyld who discusses her collaboration with artist Joe Sumner on her first graphic novel Everything is Teeth, which depicts her childhood fear of sharks in New South Wales, and how it compares to other predators depicted in her novel All the Birds, Singing. Also, Colin Wilson explores his early comics – Strips and The Adventures of Captain Sunshine – published in New Zealand and explains how he found work in the Northern Hemisphere on European Graphic Albums featuring Lieutenant Blueberry, and American comics such as Star Warsand The Losers. For more information visit panelborders.wordpress.com[Repeated Saturday 7am.]

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