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Thursday 12 August 2021, 7.30pm

Eleanor Cully Boehringer by Phil Maguire

Eleanor Cully Boehringer + Jorge Boehringer

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Fantastic double-bill featuring two enthralling artists working at the intersection of sound art and contemporary composition.

Eleanor Cully Boehringer

Eleanor is a sound artist, composer and singer based in Newcastle upon Tyne. Her practice brings together direct encounters with sound and recorded audio. Her work proceeds by iteration, and often involves subtle amplification of the spaces within which she embeds it. Eleanor thus consciously combines listening experiences of sound with the space or room that it inhabits. In framing and re-framing contexts in her work, she creates varied experiences that play upon memory and repetition and draw upon environmental sound, traditional and contemporary song, poetry, and documentary narratives.

Jorge Boehringer

Sound artist, amp worshiper, composer, writer, researcher and experimentalist. Propositions for listening to space, time, and memory through interaction with information and instruments in everyday life and dreams. Situations and/or music: sound patterns, noise, and continua. Music for ensembles, individuals, and self as solo performer (viol-viola, guitars, noise, objects, percussion, voice, electronics).

Themes of interest include

{morphology, pattern formation & recognition

(biological, meteorological, hydrological, geological, illogical)},


(visible-invisible, temporal, real-unreal, situations-circumstances)},

{environments (ecological, interactive, irrational)},

{(pre-) history (& post-)}