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Gene Pool#72 Sonic Season: Max Eastley & Paul Whitty

Max EastleyPart of the “Embedded” live streamed “sofa concert” series. Acclaimed artist, instrument builder and kinetic sculptor, Max Eastley performs live with SARU’s Paul Whitty.

Delving deep into textural improvisation, with electronic processes warping and shifting an array of stones, aquarium bubbles and ceramic objects. Max Eastley’s distinctive bowed monochord becomes a plaintive voice in a pixellated flux of sound.

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Gene Pool#62: Audiograft 2012

An audiolog of one part of this year’s Audiograft Festival at Oxford Brookes University. We hear from Max Eastley talking about his AHRC research post investigating Aeolian instruments, Stephen Cornford on his dismantled tape player exchanges with Ben Gwilliam and the resulting installation at Modern Art Oxford, performance extracts from “Guitar Drag” and “Cartridge Music”, plus Cremaster, Felicity Ford and Stavroula Kounadea.

Concert recordings were made as part of the Audiograft 2012 Documentation Workshop run by Felicity Ford (http://www.thedomesticsoundscape.com/wordpress) and Valeria Merlini (http://phonopolis.wordpress.com/)

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Gene Pool#62: Audiograft

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