Humansacrifice presents a manifestation of sound art and noise-love
at Alma Enterprises gallery during September. This is a multidisciplinary
collaboration between international artists Bill Bowen, Matt
Bua, Clive Murphy, Stephen O'Malley, Dylan
Nyoukis, Chris Peck, Savage Pencil, Mr Pippin,
Fritz Welch and Clare Quilty.
The exhibition will explore the potential use of sound, noise and
music as tools for warping reality and shifting time. Aural qualities,
activities and events will be opened up and pushed to their limits
with the belief that in doing so everyday experience can be altered
slightly or perhaps forever.
The first part of the exhibition will consist of a collaborative
sound/noise sculpture comprised of both distinct elements made by
individual artists and parts created by a larger group.
The sculptural mass - a hybrid of computer controlled speakers,
automated percussion devices and composite junk imbedded into the
site as an architectural intervention - will also be the landscape
on which other objects will rest and be absorbed into.
The second part of the exhibition consists of walldrawings, paintings,
collages and posters dealing with music and noise as subject. These
elements will surround the sculpture on the walls, both illustrating
its conceptual focus and contextualizing its anarchic sprawl.
Bistroteque will play host to an evening of sound pieces featuring
groups connected to artists participating in the exhibition including
Pleasure-Drenching Improvers, Dylan Nyoukis & Stefan Jaworzyn,
The Nekid Kidmen and DJ Paul Noble.
Bistrotheque, 23-27 Wadeson Street, London E2 Tube: Bethnal Green
(Bistrotheque is a 2 minute walk from Alma Enterprises) 9pm-midnight
A 12-page publication, in collaboration with the Belfast based
Vacuum Magazine, covering the artists and concepts surrounding the
exhibition. This is available from Alma Enterprises.
a LAND production