Wednesday 7 December 2016, 8pm
For the second night of the residency, Áine O'Dwyer and guest artists present an evening of Fluxus event scores. With Angharad Davies, Ali Warner, Carole Finer, Diana Policarpo & Kazuko Hohki.
Visual artist and composer based in London and Lisbon. Her work investigates power relations, popular culture and gender politics, juxtaposing the rhythmic structuring of sound as a tactile material within the social construction of esoteric ideology.
Professional tourist from Japan. Cultivated a long career since arriving in Britain in 1978. Specialized in authentic Japanese accent.
Contrary to most people’s belief Angharad doesn’t live in Wales but has been living in North London since 2002.
Continually rebounding between multiple identities of sensible grown-up, domineering tyrant and small child, Ali finds that making the sounds and movements she likes is the only time she can really be herself. Whoever that is.
Visual artist, Scratch Orchestra member, musician, improviser, composer, broadcaster, sound recordist, retired lecturer, traveller, grandmother, old lady.
Áine O’Dwyer's role lies somewhere between the roles of vocalist, musician, improviser, composer, performer, listener, sonic Stalker and audience member.