F4Wt presents…Collecting Pl4ces
Forward 4 Wiz Trust’s ground-breaking project Collecting Pl4ces celebrates landmarks of cultural heritage in Rushmoor, by showcasing space-specific works written and recorded from the acoustic mapping of locations that build a catalogue of the sociocultural history of the borough. The project was inspired by a 1960 Ordnance Survey map that highlighted huge changes over time. Rushmoor, like many communities within the UK, has lost most of its once thriving sociocultural scene to commercial development. Collecting Pl4ces acts as a catalogue of audio photographs of our shared past, present and future.
Bananafish, brainchild of Northern Irish soundmaker James Wright, explores multiple sonic territories; from the ambient-glitch architecture of Sacred Realm/Phosphenes to the beatless arctic soundscapes of Snowblind, to the instrumental hip-hop tribute Kujaku/Life. His setup involves Ableton Live, Pro Tools, some hardware synths, acoustic drums and a vast collection of personal field recordings over the past decade… and the impulse response from the legendary West End Centre.
Event: Saturday 15 October, 8:30pm
Tickets: Pay what you decide
Collecting PL4ces is funded by Arts Council England and supported by Hampshire Cultural Trust.
More info www.f4wt.org @f4wiz
Dates and times
- Sat 15 Oct 20228:30pm
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