I’ve got two exciting things happening in February: firstly, on Friday 1st February I will be presenting a new piece at ‘Late Night at The Minories’, Colchester, about the physical properties of whalesong.
Following that I will be jetting off to Japan to present ‘Hear a Pin Drop Here’ and ‘One Minute Birdwatching’ in Yokohama, as part of Forest Fringe at TPAM. http://www.tpam.or.jp/showing/internationalshowcase/674/?lang=en
I’ve just finished devising a ten-minute version of An Audio Guide to Varo’s Harmony, which I will perform at the Mad Artists’ Tea Party at the Junction, Cambridge on Saturday. http://www.junction.co.uk/artist/4755
It follows a performance the night before in Norwich, where I will be performing a live alternative soundtrack to Jan Svankmajer’s 1971 film, Jabberwocky. Friday 7-9pm St Margaret’s Church, free entry. http://norwichsoundandvision.co.uk/sound-of-silents/
I will be performing a duck-specific version of One Minute Birdwatching in Ely, on Saturday 15th September 11am-3pm (on the hour):
On 23rd June I’m performing at Firstsite, Colchester, as part of the Love Architecture festival. I’ll be testing out the floor surfaces, with a special version of Hear a Pin Drop Here and mapping the electromagnetic hotspots with my DIY Electromagnetism Detector. It’s free, come along!
I’ve just submitted my One Minute Birdwatching form to the fringe, in order to take advantage of the considerable early-bird discount.
My performances will be by the fountain in West Princes Street Gardens at 9.30am and 1.30pm every day from Saturday 4th August to Thursday 9th August.
Visit the project website for updates: www.oneminutebirdwatching.com
Thanks to Cathy Dignan (Parks Events Officer) for permission to perform in the Gardens.
Also, please follow me on Twitter. I’m doing a number of projects this year which will involve regular updates on Twitter, such as GPS coordinates!