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Out of nowhere:
Malatesta, Maggiore, Asnan




Luciano Maggiore

Friday 6th March 2015 doors 8pm. no.w.here first floor, 316 - 318 Bethnal Green Road London E2 0AG. Strictly limited to 30 people on a first come, first serve basis. £3 students and unwaged, £5 waged. Pay on the door.
£3 students and unwaged, £5 waged. Strictly limited to 30 people on a first come, first serve basis.


To celebrate the release of their latest solo CDs on Senufo Editions, Enrico Malatesta, Luciano Maggiore and Adam Asnan will present a site-specific performance that integrates their individual approaches to sound creation and distribution (those which are intrinsic to their latest solo releases) in response to the acoustic qualities and phenomenological aspects of the no.w.here production space on the first floor.

no.w.here is run by artist film makers, for artists, film makers, and the local community. The lab, and all of it's jutting apparatus, mysterious corners, and supplementary spaces are dedicated to the processes of creating, and criticising an image.

However, this location is just as rich in auditory potential, and may be just as valuable a space for creating and criticising a sound, a listening situation.

Luciano Maggiore (it) is a musician active in the field of electroacoustic music; in recent years he has developed a strong interest in the mechanisms of sound diffusion, using speakers and several analogue and digital devices (walkmans, CD players, tape recorders) as principal instruments. His interest is focused on the architectural and psychoacoustic as well as dynamic and directional values of sound with a strong emphasis on fixed sounds. http://lucianomaggiore.blogspot.com

Enrico Malatesta (it) is a multidisciplinary artist active in the field of experimental research placed between sound art, music and performance; his practice explores the relations between sound, space and movements with particular attention to the multi­material possibilities of the percussion instruments. His research path is characterized by a strong emphasis on the ability to produce multiple information with simple actions, the motion and definition of the experience of listening and sustainability of the presence of the performer.
http://enricomalatesta.com

Adam Asnan (uk) is an electroacoustic musician and location sound recordist, based between London and Berlin. His work promotes the aesthetic potential of recorded, amplified sound, and the auditory ‘image’ subject to interference.
http://adamasnan.tumblr.com




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