19th November at the Scope: Robert Barry “Music in Texts” / Dan Powell and Paul Khimasia Morgan

The Spirit of Gravity presents the fourth night of the Scope, our new sound lab type of thing

SOG Nov 14 poster

Robert Barry “Music in Texts”

Realisations of text scores from Bobby Barry’s new book “Music in Text” performed by groups and individuals

Late replacement – Dan Powell and Paul Khimasia Morgan

Paul Khimasia Morgan is an improviser, currently working with electronics, zither and the sonification of low voltage. Paul’s music has been released on Absence Of Wax, Aural Detritus, Engraved Glass, Con-V, Cronica and his own The Slightly Off Kilter Label. Paul curates aural detritus concert series and writes for The Sound Projector.
“…a weft of mysterious hums and clicks that creeps organically across the intervening space between the speakers and my ears, never quite identifying itself but always offering tantalizing glimpses…” – Brian Olewnik, Just Outside

Dan Powell began making sound for installation works in London in the mid 90′s and was involved in live arts group OMSK. Since moving to Brighton in 2000 he has concentrated on experimental and improvised music. He is a member of Brighton based collective The Spirit of Gravity and has performed across the UK. Dan is also a member of free improv duo Nil with Chris Parfitt and The Static Memories with Gus Garside.

All the Lissajous figures you could ask for

Wednesday 19th November | 8pm – 11.00pm | Feed the piggy donations on the door please
@ The Caroline of Brunswick, 39 Ditchling Rd, Brighton