eRikm: ElectroA (musique électroacoustique improvisée)

Friday 20 February 2015, 7–9pm

Tickets: £4

A live performance of electronic and synthesised sound using 2 CD turntables + mixing console + electronics + 12 CDRs. Anecdotal and instrumental sounds originating from eRikm’s recent compositional works will be reused in free improvisation, resulting in a new composition played in real time.

This is an Infra-quark event to accompany the exhibition Graeme Thomson and Silvia Maglioni: it took forever getting ready to exist: UIQ (the making of) at The Showroom.

eRikm is a French musician and composer who treats sound like a living organism, constantly in flux, open to accident. He is the recipient of numerous awards and commissions from institutions including INA, GRM and Radio France. He is best known for his work with turntables and his improvisations with musicians and composers ranging from Luc Ferrari and Fennesz to Christian Marclay, Otomo Yoshihide and Jerome Noetinger.


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