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Volunteers sought for sound performance

Friday, August 10th, 2018

I’m looking for volunteer performers to take part in ‘as a Raven knows of singing’, a distributed sound performance which marks the re-opening of Llwyn Celyn, a medieval hall house near Abergavenny, which has over the last few years undergone painstaking restoration by the Landmark Trust.

I’ve been working with composer Jobina Tinnemans to develop a new performance piece to mark the end of restoration and the start of a new chapter in the building’s long history.

Using temporary sound sculptures, DIY instruments and voice we will be using the hills and valleys around Llwyn Celyn as a vast, distributed instrument.

The performances are on the evenings on 5th and 6th October, 2018 at Llwyn Celyn. There will also be 2-3 rehearsals, in the weeks leading up to the performance. Ideally participants will be able to attend all the rehearsals, but there is flexibility about that.

You don’t need any musical experience to take part, just enthusiasm!

If you would like to take part please contact me via email:

More information about the project is available here:

Enthusiasm – St Andrews & Edinburgh Events

Tuesday, May 1st, 2018

Victoria Donovan, Simon Gore and I are doing a series of talks, discussions, screenings and workshops in Scotland this week, discussing ‘Enthusiasm’, a project around the themes of revolution, migration, culture at Merthyr Tydfil last July.

More info and how to book here:

Byre World, St Andrews University, 2 May, 7pm

Princess Dashkova Centre, Edinburgh University, 4th May 5pm:
“Enthusiasm”: Exploring memory and migration in Hughesovka-Stalino-Donetsk through word, image and music,

Edinburgh Ukrainian Club, 4th May, 7.30pm

Wild Hack Haverfordwest

Friday, October 23rd, 2015

Looking forward to chipping in with other artists, makers, foragers and diy technology types at bloc’s Wild Hack Haverfordwest tomorrow. “Wild Hack Haverfordwest is a gathering of makers, artists, diy and technology enthusiasts, computer programmers, wild folk, sea farers, ramblers, children, local residents and adventurous people. Everyone will work together to invent new tools for exploring the wild places in and around the town.”

Places still available on Facebook.