Sound artist Edwin Hind under the banner of ‘Concrete and Green’ will perform a series of in-situ improvised work in the Crypt of St Nicholas Church of Deptford Green. The performance inspired by the acousmatic concept, draws from Hind’s archive of recorded urban and rural sounds, and takes place from behind a veil. The performances will include live vocals, guitar, Foley art and spoken word, inspired by what Michel Chion terms as ‘cinema for the ears’.
“The genesis of my practice developed through my interest in experimental sonic art and the creative use field recording. I aim to explore how captured sonic material can be used in composition and performance.”
Concrete and Green live performances include: experimentation, improvisation, live vocals, guitar, spoken word and Foley art. Previous Performances include Deptford X Fringe 2016, 2017, 2018. A collaborative project ‘Nostalgia for a Future’ was presented at FaB (Bath Fringe Festival, 2018). Collaborations also include working with artist & Anthropologist Caroline Hobkinson, exploring the relationship between art and the senses. Performances including Breaking Bread: Sonic Feast, 19 April 2018 – Hosted by The Pop and Ace Hotel, Shoreditch. Frozen Dinner: Changing States, 16 November 2017 – Hosted by Caroline Hobkinson and Shoreditch House.
Duration of this piece: Please allow 15 mins to 1 hour to fully enjoy this work.
Free, Turn up on the day or book seats via Eventbrite
Sat 26 & Sun 27 Oct, 2 – 3pm & 5 – 6pm
Thu 31 Oct & Fri 1 Nov, 6.30 – 8pm
Sat 2 Nov, 2 – 3pm & 5 – 6pm