Jörg Piringer is a media artist, musician, software programmer and poet who weaves complex onotological narratives, from the building blocks of single letters, computer code and expressions of his own voice.
Against Cinema is an unfolding 16mm artists’ film project by James Holcombe in collaboration with Secluded Bronte (Richard Thomas, Jonathan Bohman and Adam Bohman) which abstracts and dramatises moments from the lives of UK inventors of early optical sound cameras including the Auricon Cinevoice in an absurdist improvising formation of projection, dubious instruments, left field actions, and accidental comic mishaps.
Saturday 30th September, 7pm | Close-Up Film Centre
JAMES HOLCOMBE & SECLUDED BRONTE (UK) / ESPERANZA COLLADO (ES) / FOXY MORON (UK) / JÖRG PIRINGER (AT) + THE WIRE’S EMILY BICK + GUSTAVE EVRARD
An evening of live film, digital art and performative actions exploring de/construction of narrative.
Hannah Catherine Jones aka Foxy Moron is a London-based artist, researcher, radio presenter, composer and conductor, and founder of Peckham Chamber Orchestra, creating works that juxtapose ancient musical modalities with sci-fi timbres to produce what she calls ‘sonic antagonisms’.
Kim Knowles is an academic and curator specialising in historical and contemporary experimental film.
The Wire magazine staffer and regular Resonance FM and NTS Radio host, Gustave Evrard’s musical interests range from ambient to noise, industrial to italo, West African percussions to black metal and beyond.