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Light Reading series 6
Music for Unknown Material Continuity and Playback Devices Alone

Kingsgate Gallery, London
28 March 2007 | 7pm
Tickets: 5 door / 4 advance
Telephone: 020 7372 3925
Email: james.holcombe |at| no-w-here.org.uk

Booking is essential for this event, as places are limited.

Music for unknown material continuity and playback devices alone is a conceptually multi-layered series of pieces that provide an equality amongst the roles of author and applier whilst extending to the role of receivership to all - employing a set of procedures that enable the fragmentation of material from the stage of gathering to the stage of presentation without the overall guidance of any single individual. This piece in particular features 4 movements of 10 minutes each, a single for each material continuity (The individual keywords of which will remain un-announced) These 4 pieces have been realized for the use of the CD player alone.

Performed by Adam Asnan, Edward Kelly, J. Milo Taylor and James Holcombe

Brown Sierra are Pia Gambardella and Paddy Collins. They are a performance and installation group based in London. Brown Sierra will show 3 films and perform live soundtracks.


Aphasia (10 min)
A lack of the faculty to transmit ideas using language (reading writing speaking and understanding speech). A continuous Letraset line, which begins thick, gradually gets thinner and then becomes dots which are big and then become small.

Aveimore / Lake Windermere (1977, 6 min)
Old home movies of holidays in Aveimore, from our collection of other peoples 8mm / super-8 film.

The Architecture of Psychology (7 min)
The images in this film are abstract black and white worked onto the surface of the film using Letraset repetition of images, moving patterned and textured black dots.

Live audio recordings from the event


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