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Thin gold chains link ears to the tip of their tongue
18:00 on 28 March 2019
Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art & Design
An evening of live sets and listening by Ailbhe Nic Oireachtaigh, Anna Clock, Neil McDermott, Francis McKee and Anne-Marie Copestake. The evening includes collaborations, solo pieces, composed and traditional tunes, and a talk accompanied by audio extracts and video clips.
The event is named after a description of Ogmios, not so much to conjure the figure of Ogmios more to consider the compelling nature, strengths, and social functions of collective tunes and performance within a community.
This event brings together collaborators of Anne-Marie to perform within her exhibition ‘Looking in either direction the whole street was filled with people, some singing, moving towards x…’
The event is free and unticketed.