Here are videos of the two pieces by Amnon Wolman performed by Anton Lukoszevieze in the Michael Tippett Centre last week.
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Socially engaged practice article in Question journal
Harry Matthews and Aaron Moorehouse have had a recent article on socially engaged practice published in issue 6 of Question journal. The article, titled Evaluating Socially Engaged Practices in Art: The Autonomy of Artists and Artworks in Community Collaborations, discusses issues concerning socially engaged practice, autonomy, and narrative in art alongside Claire Bishop’s critique of […]
Networked Collaborative Processes conference presentations by OSL researchers
Caitlin Rowley and Goni Peles will present their work at the forthcoming Music and/as Process conference on Networked Collaborative Processes. Caitlin will be talking about recent work with fellow Bastard Assignments composer Josh Spear, focusing on their experience of their Lockdown Jams project which has really pushed the various platforms as creative tools. Caitlin has […]
Caitlin Rowley and Misha Penton at Classical:NEXT
Misha Penton and Caitlin Rowley (Bastard Assignments) have both been selected for Classical:NEXT’s Encore Showcase this year. Misha will be showing her (micro)REQUIEM while Bastard Assignments will show the first performance of Alexander Schubert’s Browsing, Idling, Investigating, Dreaming from their series of Lockdown Jams. More information on the series and links to the performances can […]