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p o r t f o l i o : c o l l a b o r a t i o n s

linear expansion (2018-19)
installation piece for fixed media, visuals and optional live double bass

created in collaboration with artist Andrew Bolton as part of an ACW (Arts Council Wales) funded research and development grant. First shown as part of Move | Meant at The Stained Glass Centre in York (UK) on 5 May 2019.

passage (2017)

for fixed media and performer, created in collaboration with dancer and performance artist Marega Palser as part of a PRS-funded research and development project. First shown at Riverfront Arts Centre, Newport, South Wales (UK) on 18 November 2017.

 

gravitation (2016)

for soprano, clarinet, piano, double bass and tape
commissioned by Progressive Art Agency for the 2016 Hearing Art and Seeing Sound Festival in Armenia and created in collaboration with artist Vahagn Hamalbashyan

premiered as part of Hearing Art Seeing Sound Festival at Yerevan Modern Art Museum on 7 July 2016 with Ben Lunn conducting members of London's Ensemble x.y. (Christine Buras - soprano, Lionel Andrey - clarinet, Gwen Reed - double bass and Joseph Havlat - piano) 
GRAVITATION video


24 palms (2011)

for mixed ensemble

installation project in collaboration with artist Andrew Bolton, shown at Newport Empty Shops Project, John Frost Square, Newport South Wales, 19 February - 19 March 2012

Music performed by Bhavandeep Stevenson, Harriet Riley and Maja Palser, and recorded by Sophie Lynch

24 palms video

 

goes around (2010)

for mixed ensemble

installation project in collaboration with artist Andrew Bolton, shown at Newport Empty Shops Project, 25 Upper Dock Street, Newport, South Wales, 09 June - 09 July 2010

and at Fringe Arts Bath Festival, Bath, 27 May - 03 June 2011

Music performed by Melissa McDade, James Hulme, Jimmy Ottley and Solveig Thoroddsen, and recorded by Matt McDade

goes around video

 

zodiac (2010)

for string quartet and live electronics

collaboration with Matt McDade (live electronics)

duration: 6'00"

workshopped by Arditti Quartet at RWCMD, Cardiff, 25 March 2010

 

 

 

 

 

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