15th - Sunday 28th April (various open times)
What Was Music?
Jubilee Library, Jubilee St, Brighton
Jubilee Library hosted 12 fantastic sound collages created by
Betty Cowan, Dorothy Hepburne Scott, Bjorn Nielsen, Pearl
Thomas, Eda Gardner, Elkka Nyoukis, Fin Brook, Issy Hartley, Milly
Trotter Roberts, Dexter Nimmo, Thomas Vintcent and Ursula Major.
were created using the free app Audacity in a workshop led by
Ian Murphy (artist and teacher) whose Rottenslushy radio show
is broadcast monthly on Resonance Extra FM, and Duncan Harrison
(Brighton based artist/musician).
worked with soundsamples sent by COOS artists past and present
Albee, Beyt Al Tapes, Richard Youngs, Stuart Greenwood, Glands
Of External Secretion, Plastic Containers Of Nothing, Natalia
Beylis, Ezio Piermattei, Stuart Chalmers, Rebecca Mahay, Ali Robertson,
Sami Pekkola, Karen Constance, Dylan Nyoukis, Marta Zapparoli,
Duncan Harrison, Ian Murphy, Alice Kemp, Red Brut, Ugly Roy, Posset.
Anderzén: Unia Loimussa
(Dreams Inside a Glow)
26th - Sunday 28th April
Jan Anderzén Exhibition
ONCA Gallery, 14 St George's Place, BN1 4GB
For COOS (8),
ONCA hosted Jan Anderzén’s first UK solo exhibition
which focused on his vibrant collage work with textiles.
is a Tampere based artist producing experimental music and creating
images using a multitude of techniques. He layers plotted and
formulated elements with splashes of accident and contingency,
focusing on themes that roam the foggy borderlands of the wild
For the past
20 years Anderzén has been at the core of the ever evolving
experimental band Kemialliset Ystävät
(Chemical Friends). His solo project Tomutonttu
(closing the festival on Sunday night) gives voice to a creature
who looks after all the dust. Anderzén performs and gives
workshops worldwide, his discography is as labyrinthine as his
Event | Thursday 25th April, 6 – 8pm ALL WELCOME
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