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Music, Technology and M.E.S.S.
13:15 on 30 October 2015
CCA, 350 Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow, G2 3JD
VAU are proud to announce they will be facilitating a series of four artist/talk discussion events for Sonica 2015 in association with Cryptic.
The first in the series, on the theme of Music, Technology and M.E.S.S., sees Byron Scullin and Robin Fox from Melbourne Electronic Sound Studio (M.E.S.S.) in conversation with David McCluskey and Ewan Sinclair.
Melbourne Electronic Sound Studio (M.E.S.S.) is a newly formed organisation founded by audio-visual artist / composer Robin Fox and composer / sound designer Byron Scullin, dedicated to the preservation of unique electronic musical instruments and to ensuring their ongoing use by individuals and community groups.
In this artist discussion they are joined by David McCluskey, drummer with The Bluebells and music tutor for Sense Scotland and Ewan Sinclair, digital artist, designer and facilitator, to explore how sound and technology can create opportunities for creative audience engagement and participation.
Sonica takes place across Glasgow from 29 Oct – 8 Nov with a programme dedicated to world-class visual sonic arts, presenting emerging British talent alongside exceptional international artists from Australia, Belgium, Brazil, China, France, Indonesia, Netherlands and Québec.