Electronic Voice Phenomena, 19 May at The Cube, Bristol


I’ll be performing at the Bristol leg of this EVP Tour at The Cube, Bristol on Sunday May 19th. Also on the bill are Hannah Silva, and Holly Corfield-Carr, among others. The evening mixes sound art, performance, text, and installation. Tickets are available now. I will send more details of my piece soon.

Electronic Voice Phenomena is a new experimental literature, performance and music show that feeds on the corpse of paranormal pseudo-science.

The EVP programme takes its inspiration from Konstantin Raudive’s notorious ‘Breakthrough’ experiments of the 1970s, where he captured voices-from-beyond in electronic noise. Themes of otherness, the profane and the divine join with new approaches to writing speaking and performing in a suite of new interlaced works – featuring poets Hannah SilvaRoss Sutherland and SJ Fowler, and hauntological synth-pop group Outfit.The Bristol show also features performance and installation works by Mark Leahy and Holly Corfield Carr.



Website  electronicvoicephenomena.net
Facebook facebook.com/electronicvoicephenomena
Twitter  @_EVP

Produced by Mercy & Penned in the Margins
Funded by Arts Council England

Mark Leahy’s performance is supported by the AA2A Scheme and Plymouth College of Art

LOW PROFILE: “Here’s to another 10” launch event at ICIA Bath, April 20th



On Saturday April 20th 2013, at ICIA Bath, there will be a party with performances, food, drink, games … to celebrate the launch of ‘Here’s to another 10’. This publication marks 10 years of working together as LOW PROFILE by Hannah Jones and Rachel Dobbs.

I have contributed a chapter to the book, and am looking forward to the afternoon’s fun and exchange.

More details

Performing Documents conference at Arnolfini, Bristol; April 12-14 2013

I will be presenting a paper at the Performing Documents conference organised by the University of Bristol, and taking place at the Arnolfini, Bristol on the weekend of April 12 to 14.

My paper, “Pursuing Pursuit (I am bound to follow): Steven Paige’s remake of elements of a personal archive” engages with ‘The ties that bind …’ project by Steven Paige and will be part of Panel 5 on Saturday afternoon.

I’m particularly looking forward to the presentation by Rebecca Schneider on Friday morning.