The Scottish School of Flower Arranging will be playing at:
17th May 2014 – St Johns Church, The Pleasance, Jedburgh, Scotland.
10am – 4pm, St Johns Church: four-channel sound installation of new music for hand-made acoustic and electronic instruments.
7pm, The Butterfield Room, Jedburgh Community and Arts Centre (behind St Johns Church): evening concert of improvised music for hand-made acoustic and electronic instruments.
27th June 2014 – The São Bento da Vitória Monastery, Porto, Portugal.
Part of the xCoAx 2014 Conference.
9.30pm – midnight. Evening concert of improvised music for hand-made acoustic and electronic instruments.
More dates to follow…
The Scottish School of Flower Arranging have uploaded two new recordings from their most recent studio session, recorded on 8-9th March 2014 at Faraway Studio, Jedburgh.
Listen to them here.
James Wyness: acoustic instruments.
Graeme Truslove: digital instruments.
Lux, Substratum and Turbulence have been included on the StillReel online digital art gallery.
Audiovisual work Turbulence was screened at the Seeing Sound symposium at Bath Spa University, Bath UK.
Lux, an audiovisual collaboration with Alison Clifford, is being exhibited at FILE 2013, at the SESI Cultural Centre, São Paulo, Brazil.
Audiovisual works Substratum and Lux [collaboration with artist Alison Clifford] are currently being exhibited as part of the Abstract Movement exhibition at the Talbot Rice Gallery, Edinburgh.
Cymbiose, an ambisonic sound installation, was installed in Media City UK, as part of Salford’s Sonic Fusion Festival 2013.
The work was funded by a Salford University Sonic Research Commission.
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Audiovisual collaboration Lux is currently being screened at Sonica 2012 Free Flicks,
Centre for Contemporary Art, Glasgow.
Screening of Interstitial Articulations series: Substratum, Palimpsest and Lux at Orphans , Sound Festival of New Music, The Belmont Picturehouse, Aberdeen.