– ZKM Center for Art and Media, Karlsruhe
Forest Scape, 2021Sound, 09:53
Soundscape composed from field recordings made in forests in Mexico, Brazil and Russia.
Commissioned for the ‘listening to Forests’ section of the Critical Zones: Observatories for Earthly Politics exhibition at ZKM, Karlsruhe, March 23, 2020 – Jan 9, 2022. Curated by Bruno Latour and Peter Weibel. Developed in collaboration with Jonathan Gray, Birgit Schneider and the Public Data Lab.
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2018-2020 - Lea Valley Sound Walks
A series of guided Pataphysical sound walk through the Lea Valley, crossing the river Lea, Marshes and Middlesex Filter Beds. Participants were led through the landscape whilst listening on headphones to a mix of original music, field recordings from the area and narrative segments.
In 2020 the walk was socially distanced and timed to coincide with sunset and the dusk chorus of the parakeets.
– Passos Manuel, Porto
Multi-channel live performance developed in collaboration with Assemble as part of Love and Garbage.
2019 – Flat Time House, LondonMulti-channel live performance comissioned by Villa Lontana and Flat Time House for the Villa Lontana Records Launch event in London.
Live recording (rendered to stereo):
2019 – Villa Lontana, RomeQuadraphonic live performance comissioned by Villa Lontana for the Villa Lontana Records Launch event in Rome.
Live/DJ: Andrés Saenz de Sicilia, Terre Thaemlitz, Hugo Sanchez, DJ Sprinkles.
– Museo d'Arte Contemporanea di RomaW/ Emiddio Vasquez
Multi-channel live performance of ‘Materia’ developed in collaboration with Emiddio Vazquez.
2019 - NTS RadioPataphysical live performance for the Low Bias show. Recorded at the NTS Radio studio in Gillett Square, Dalston.
2019 - The Old Church, Stoke Newington, London
Live Pataphysical performance accompanied by Gregor Riddell & Torun Stavseng on Cello.
Support from Emiddio Vasquez.
2019 - Test FM Radio
Live from St. Petersburg for TESTFM.online. Recorded at the TESTFM studio in St. Petersburg.
– Villa Lontana
Sound design and multi-channel live performance developed and performed in the concrete garage of Villa Lontana. A Roman necropolis of more than 160 tombs dating back to the first half of the 1st century BC was recently discovered under the concrete garage. The sounds for this performance were developed on a quadrophonic sound system, designed to respond to the physical environment of Villa Lontana’s garage, later rendered to stereo for the production of a vinyl record (released 2019). The performance explored different senses of weight, density, and time and included a text-sound collaboration between Andrés Saenz de Sicilia and Adam Green, writer, artist and editor of ‘The Public Domain Review’.
2017 - Sound Seminar
Listening session curated by Vittoria Bonifati. Jon Wozencroft and Andrés Saenz de Sicilia playing records, field recordings and unreleased material at Princes Gate Mews.