Sunday, 27 September 2009
Monday, 21 September 2009
Sunday, 20 September 2009
India Calling! Ravi Shankar Centre Ensemble, curated by Ravi Shankar and Anoushka Shankar Project. Hollywood Bowl, Los Angeles.
Friday, 18 September 2009
The inaugural show of creative digital media work from Culture Lab, showcasing a diverse range of interactive digital media art and live electronic performance by the Culture Lab research community
Culture Lab: Render includes work by students from the Digital Media Master of Research programme, Culture Lab residents and regional practitioners working with Culture Lab.
Culture Lab: Render serves as a platform for the presentation of research towards a concept for a regional "space" dedicated to the exhibition of creative digital media work.
|OPENING RECEPTION:||Friday, 25th September 2009 - 7-9pm|
|EXHIBITION DATES:||Saturday, 26th September to Tuesday, 29th September 2009 12pm - 8pm|
|12-14 Forth Street, Newcastle upon Tyne|
Regional Practitioners working with Culture Lab:
Benjamin Freeth and Nick Able
Black Sea of Trees
"The intense atmosphere of ancient forests, ghostly guitar drone, haunted weather and butoh inspired movement - A unique 5.1 installation."
Improvised Dance performance by Surface Area Dance Theatre on opening night.
Original Concept by Benjamin Freeth
Produced by Nick Able and Benjamin Freeth
CREDITS / PERSONNEL
Nick Able - sitar, production, engineering, 5.1 mix (Ravi & Anoushka Shankar)
Phil Begg - guitar, effects, laptop, field recordings (Hapsburg Crow, Hapsburg Braganza, Chalfont, Domovoi)
Benjamin Freeth - laptop, synth, shahi bajaa, singing bowls, field recordings (++YELM++, Bong, Surface Area)
Molly Hodkinson - dance (Surface Area Dance Theatre)
Mike Smith - percussion, pedals (Lobster Priest, Bong)
Nicole Vivien Watson - choreography, dance (Surface Area Dance Theatre)
Supported by Institute of Digital Innovation and Culture Lab.
Wednesday, 16 September 2009
Sunday, 13 September 2009
The Alps, Verbier, Switzerland
Swamis Beach, California
Saturday, 5 September 2009
The Live Room at Brick Lane Studios. Known for its great sound. Queens Bohemian Rhapsody vocals were recorded in this very room.
Brick Lane Studios- previously owned by Producer Trevor Horn. Many great artists recorded here. Madonna, Seal, Queen.....
Time to eat!!
The multichannel options available in Logic Pro! Oh yes, Apple rules!!!