Sound artist Ain Bailey, who colloborated with Sonia Boyce on Oh Adelaide performs two recent works.
Ode To No. 6, is a meditation on the ‘unheard’ that exists within the artist’s personal domestic space. The Pitch Sisters Live was originally composed as a multichannel response to a line contained in Leslie Thornton’s film Peggy and Fred In Hell: The Prologue. What would a female sonic universe sound like, if we all vocally hung around an A flat below middle C? For this premiere performance, Bailey, together with four invited vocalists, will explore this question in a live context.
The installation Oh Adelaide is presented at Rivington Place as part of the exhibition Scat.
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