A Music Residency program.
'A LINE FRACTURES INTO A THOUSAND ABERRATIONS'
ISLINGTON MILL - 19.30
Electroacoustic musician and modular synth specialist Sam Weaver will commence upon the fourth Samarbeta music residency alongside Visual Artist Rachel Goodyear, across 5 weeks through July and August. Weaver has invited national and international musicians to take part in 'A Line Fractures into a Thousand Aberrations', a residency with collaboration and improvisation at its core.
Beginning with a skeletal framework of scores, markers and directions, Weaver will set off a collaborative relay. Goodyear will be interpreting these directions into artworks of drawings, painting and collage, from which the musicians will then read and transform into music. Each stage offers openness for all involved to open up a dialogue into alternative ways of transferring visual into aural. Over the course of the residency the cycle will continue as more scores, artworks and musicians come together, culminating in this live performance of directed music and live art.
The live event of 'A Line Fractures into a Thousand Aberrations' will be performed by:
Sam Weaver (Conductor / Modular Synth)
Rachel Goodyear (Live Drawing)
Simon King (Guitar)
Otto Willberg (Double Bass)
Andrew Cheetham (Drums)
Colin Webster (Baritone Sax)
Jon Perry (Drums)
Daniel Weaver (Prepared piano / Garrot Wires)
Christian Weaver (Percussion)
David Mclean (Sax / Keyboards)
Greta Buitkute (Vocals)
Danny Saul (Max MSP processing)
Gwen Osmond (Dancer)