voice, tape, reeds, snare
a piece for voice (recorded in Vigeland, Oslo), tape, reeds and snare (recorded in East Yorkshire), is part of 44O+ at Spikersuppa Lydgalleri, Oslo, Norway - Jan-Feb 2020
the piece will play out across the ice rink in central Oslo every night
three soundworks for 'Benjamin', Radio Papesse tram shelter transmission project, Florence, Italy - October 2019
Benjamin. Sounds from the tramway , a sound art festival that will occupy the shelters of the Florentine urban tram, from 10 to 13 October 2019 .
Waiting for the next tram - between one service announcement and another - the travelers - urban commuters, residents and visitors - will become public: surprise, participation, interaction, dialogue, disorientation, fun , are the goals that Radio Papesse will try to achieve with a schedule of audio works - selected via Open Call - that talk about travel and waiting. The goal is to transport travelers into an unsettling, surprising elsewhere , to live - even for a few seconds - the experience of places, real or imaginary, far away, contrasting with what they see from the tram stop.
ravenspurn (4 channel version)
a process of interaction with chance and place
exhibited at Walking Festival of Sound, Detroit Gallery, Stockholm, Sweden 5th-8th September 2019
Armstrong Arches, Newcastle University, October 2019
'cooking with fabric' - performance, LevelOne gallery, Hamburg May 2019
I have multiple works included in this years Radiophrenia broadcast festival
I have two tracks included in this years Borealis Festival Radio Programme:
'interference of objects # 1' (extract)
I have a performance project with Jez riley French 'interference of objects' - with performances so far on BBC Radio 3, Newcastle, The British Ceramics Biennale, at Fort Process festival of sound & Ftarri, Tokyo
review 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.
extracts from 'E4/139' are included on the edition of Framework radio I curated alongside Jez riley French based on contributions from ourselves, Chris Watson & all the participants of the workshop we ran on Orford Ness. It can be streamed or downloaded here: http://www.frameworkradio.net/2017/07/609-2017-07-30/
'score for nissei theatre' - realisations of my graphic score by Embla Quickbeam, Catherine Kontz, Manja Ristic, Philip Thomas and Jez riley French - available as a digital download or with the few remaining copies of the 'veer' book