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Emmanuelle Waeckerle participates in London Experimental Ensemble & Iain Sinclair: Dark Before Dark

Wednesday 19 June
doors 8.00pm – music 8.30pm | £8 adv/£10 door

Writer Iain Sinclair joins the London Experimental Ensemble for a unique collaboration combining group improvised music with written and spoken language. This experiment follows the publication on Tangerine Press of the recent edition Dark Before Dark.

With John Eyles (saxophone), Tony Hardie-Bick (piano, electronics), Ken Ikeda …

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Emmanuelle Waeckerle mentors at composers meet composers 2019

composers meet composers 2019 – international mentoring residency
A WANDELWEISER / HEIM.ART mentoring project
Die station, Neufelden, Austria
week 1: 24 – 30 June
week 2: 08 – 14 July
week 3: 26 August – September

MENTORS

week 1: Antoine Beuger (De), Joachim Eckl, (Au) Emmanuelle Waeckerle (Uk/Fr), Marianne Schuppe (De/Ch), Jürg Frey (Ch)

week 2: Antoine Beuger (De), Joachim Eckl, (Au) Emmanuelle Waeckerle …

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Karen Knorr - The Queen's Room, Zanana, Udaipur, 2010 from the series India Song

Professor Karen Knorr selected for RA summer exhibition 2019

10 June–12 August

This year, acclaimed British painter Jock McFadyen RA will take the mantle from Grayson Perry to co-ordinate the 251st Summer Exhibition. Highlights will include an animal-themed ‘menagerie’ in the Central Hall, with works by artists including UCA’S Professor Karen Knorr, Polly Morgan, Charles Avery and Mat Collishaw. Artist sisters Jane and Louise Wilson RA will …

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Show and Tell: Women’s Voices in Audio Arts, Professor Jean Wainwright in conversation with Lucia Farinati at Tate Britain

Tate Britain
Library & Archive Reading Rooms
7 June 2019, 12-2pm

From the volume Feminist Issues in Contemporary Art (1979) to the publications of several interviews with artists including Laurie Anderson, Tracey Emin, Rose Garrard, Susan Hiller, Mary Kelly, Tina Keane, Georgina Starr, Mona Hatoum, Runa Islam, Silvia C. Ziranek (to mention just a few) Audio Arts Magazine featured a significant and …

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