significant landscapes

SARU presents significant landscapes an exploration of sound, silence and writing including a realisation of Michael Pisaro’s July Mountain; Givens 1-16 a work written specifically for the event by Stefan Thut; writing sound a symposium featuring contributions from Salome Voegelin from CRISAP, artist and writer David Stent, Composer Michael Pisarro (CalArts), cultural geographer Amy Cutler, writer Daniella Cascella, and artist Patrick Farmer; and eight hours of new works written for The Set Ensemble and James Saunders‘ ensemble Material.

Schedule:

5-8 November - Innen Raum 1-20 an installation by Stefan ThutRichard Hamilton Building, Oxford Brookes University.

7 November - Writing Sound The second in a series of annual events exploring sound and writing featuring contributions from Salome Voegelin from CRISAP, artist and writer David Stent, Composer Michael Pisarro (CalArts), cultural geographer Amy Cutler, writer Daniela Cascella, and artist Patrick Farmer; Richard Hamilton Building, Oxford Brookes University; 14.00-18.00; free admission.

9 November - performance of July Mountain by Michael Pisarro and Givens 1-16 by Stefan Thut; St.Columba’s Church, Oxford, 20.00; £5 on the door.

10 November - eight hours of new performance works featuring The Set Ensemble and Material; Holywell Music Room, Oxford; 14.00-22.00; £5 on the door - audience members are free to come and go as they please.

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1 Comments to “significant landscapes”

  1. [...] Michael Pisaro’s name is cropping up again next month. Patrick Farmer is organising the Significant Landscapes event in Oxford, at which Pisaro’s extraordinary July Mountain (a sonified Wallace Stevens [...]

  2. [...] out more about ‘Significant Landscapes’ and the SARU at their website. [...]

  3. [...] slides for my talk on forest echo, which I gave as part of the Significant Landscapes series in Oxford, are available [...]

  4. Hi, is there anywhere i can listen to these proformances online? I’m in the East Sussex and can’t get over their. Mark.

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