'interference of objects' is a series of improvised performances and actions, in collaboration with Jez riley French (artist / dad), exploring our shared interest in sound as material
performances at; Ftarri, Japan / Newcastle Culture Lab / British Ceramics Biennial / Fort Process Festival / & for BBC Radio 3
review of performance at Fort Process from Clot Magazine:
Starting our day with Jez Riley French and Pheobe Riley who used of tape, surface resonance via contact microphones and amplified objects from the fort alongside recent recordings of ensembles resonating buildings from Jez’s ‘salts’ project. A soft interplay of materiality and movement (or gesture). Probably one of the quietest gigs we’ve come to see, the delicacy and granular detail of the sound was otherworldly.
performance at Ftarri, Tokyo, Japan - April 2018
performance at the British Ceramics Biennial, Stoke, UK - September / November 2017
performance for BBC Radio 3 'exposure', UK - April 2017