audiograft finissage event, March 17th at Ovada, 4-5pm, Free

We’re very lucky to slowly bring audiograft 2018 to a close with a performance-installation, to make miscible, this, by Felicity Rose Barrow & Samuel Rodgers. It’ll take place at the wonderful Ovada gallery on Saturday March 17th, between 4 – 5 pm, all are welcome to attend. It’ll also be a chance to see the amazing work already installed in the gallery, by Simon Blackmore, Kathy Hinde, Sarah Hughes, and Sally Ann McIntyre. 


to make miscible, this is a performance-installation exploring the visual and sonic translucence of materials; where the sound of disparate materials and actions merge and become one, or veil and reveal one another. The performance plays with what is heard and seen and what is not (or thought-not), opening spatial relationships between things and our bodily relation to them. Our interactions with these materials will leave a trace in the gallery, sitting in relation to the work installed in the exhibition.


Samuel Rodgers’s practice encompasses performance, composition and phonography, and explores the material and spatial aspects of sound and listening. He is a member of contemporary music group the Set Ensemble, and co-curates the Consumer Waste record label.


Felicity Rose Barrow’s practice seeks to explore what it means to be human, how the world works and the possibility that magical things are happening all around us. Communication and emotions such as love, longing, joy and loss play a central role in her investigations. She is also interested in the idea that we are in constant dialogue with everything that exists around us. Nothing is static, one thing endlessly becomes another in an ongoing state of flux.


 Poster very kindly designed by Mirella Salamé