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UnCommons #2 - Art, Music, Wearable Technology Party

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Thursday 8th December, Delius Arts and Cultural Centre, 29 Great Horton Rd, Bradford BD7 1AA. 8pm - 11pm. £5 / Pay-as-you-feel.  Buy online

After party for National Media Museums Lates exploring wearable technology in a German Church with …

Experience an immersive Virtual Reality audio visual exploration of the Delius Centre for smartphones from Annabeth Robinson and Marlo De Lara. With 360 light drawings and compositional fragments located around the Delius space at a number of 'hotspots'.

Dead Air Party silent gig featuring Chrononautz, Algobabez and more.

DJs, drinks, and more TBA.

UnCommons is a series of events from Recon, Bradford Threadfest, M@BU - Music at Bradford University bringing together live music, performance, installations, interactive technology, food, drink and good vibes in unusual spaces in and around Bradford.

This edition supported by University of Bradford, Arts Council England and in partnership with National Media Museum and Artworks Creative Communities.

National Media Museum Lates: Wearable Tech details and booking here: http://www.nationalmediamuseum.org.uk/events/adults/lates

Marlo DeLara

Born in Baltimore, MD, USA, Marlo DeLara is a sound performance artist currently pursuing a PhD in Cultural Studies at the University of Leeds. Under the Marlo Eggplant alias, De Lara produces textural compositions which develop from microscopic tone landscapes into dense and expansive states of noise and drone. Her works aim to blur the definitions of (un)intentional sound and music. The many noises and tones of De Lara’s live performances are sourced from autoharps, contact mics, vocals and loops, amongst other tools. Her pieces have minimalist origin stories that can be breached through a knowing and often slow-burning approach to improvisation. DeLara has been performing internationally for over a decade and as curator of the Ladyz in Noyz international compilation series, an ongoing project from 2008 to the present, she continues to promote emerging female sound artists/experimental musicians.

Annabeth Robinson

Annabeth is a filmmaker and interdisciplinary artist, predominantly working with digital tools and game technology to create interactive artworks and visuals for stage, gallery and screen. She if currently a Senior lecturer at Leeds College of Art, teaching across BA(Hons) Animation and MA Creative Practice. Her recent work involves collaboration with Devika Rao, dancer in residence at University of Leeds, developing visuals for the dance theater show Ya Devi, which toured India in Summer 2016. In the virtual world of Second Life she is known as Angrybeth Shortbread, where her work has been shown internationally including; ISEA Singapore 2008 & Belfast 2009, as part of the Kritical Project, and was commissioned by the Long Now Foundation to recreate Brian Eno’s 77 Million Paintings in Second Life, 2007. Her interest in game technology has also involved research into serious games for education, developing Virtual Training Games for School of Earth and Environment, University of Leeds, which has just won the Times Higher Education Award 2016.

 

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UnCommons
Art / Music / Technology Events in Unusual Spaces

#2. Thursday 8th December, Delius Arts and Cultural Centre, 29 Great Horton Rd, Bradford BD7 1AA. 8pm - 11pm. £5 / Pay-as-you-feel.

After party for National Media Museums Lates exploring wearable technology in a German Church with …

Immersive Virtual Reality audio visual exploration for smartphones from Annabeth Robinson and Marlo De Lara.

Dead Air Party silent gig featuring Chrononautz, Algobabez and more.

DJs, drinks, and more TBA.

UnCommons is a series of events from ReconBradford ThreadfestM@BU - Music at Bradford University bringing together live music, performance, installations, interactive technology, food, drink and good vibes in unusual spaces in and around Bradford. 

This edition supported by University of Bradford, Arts Council England and in partnership with National Media Museum and Artworks Creative Communities.


About Music at Bradford University

A place to find out about, experience and get involved in music on campus and beyond.

Based on University of Bradford campus, Music at Bradford University offers four threads of provision. A programme of events that brings cutting edge music in all its forms to Bradford; a hub to find out about and promote music opportunities accessible to students and staff; small-scale rehearsal and practice facilities; and a base for workshops and facilitated opportunities for music-making.

The Tasmin Little Music Centre is a great place to drop in to find out about what's going on musically on campus and in the local area. It is also used as a practice space for members, and plays host to performances, workshops and various open groups and ensembles.

The programme of events is delivered by 'Fellow In Music' Andy Abbott.

TLMC is a space for members of The Bradford University Music Society. You can find more information about joining in 'BUMS' and 'Tasmin Little Music Centre'.