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‘Etudes’ by Sharon Gal – A score & a deck of cards online presentation

Join us for the presentation of Etudes, a collection of scores and propositions by Sharon Gal.

The event includes a presentation by Sharon Gal and demonstrations & audio-visual contributions from guest musicians / artists, including Steve Beresford, Angharad Davies, Tim Parkinson, Chas de Swiet, Guy Harries, Blanca Regina, Rod Stasick and Yoni Silver.
It will be followed by a Q&A with the audience.

Tickets are free with limited capacity of 100.

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You will be contacted with a zoom link before the event.

Etudes by Sharon Gal is a collection of scores and propositions, presented as a deck of 78 cards, with text on one side and colour on the other.

A music, performance and art resource, the work acts as a catalyst to inspire and trigger the imagination. It’s an open score with interchangeable possibilities, to be played alone or with others. Etudes is an invitation to play, engage, contemplate and explore; to enhance and expand one’s experience, thinking, practice and performance.

It can be used as a set of instructions to be combined, or by drawing a single card from the pack. You can choose intuitively from any of the colours, or shuffle the cards to let chance influence the outcome.

Etudes pertains to the oracular and traditions of divination and mysticism: the path of learning, personal growth, awareness and self-knowledge. Its creation was informed by a series of collaborative compositions directed by Sharon Gal over the past 12 years, exploring composition as a shared resource.

The work is situated within art and music practices, using text and graphic scores, improvisation, art and language. It connects to the Tarot, Fluxus performance workbook, Brian Eno & Peter Schmidt’s Oblique Strategies, Yoko Ono’s Grapefruit and the Scratch Book by the Scratch Orchestra, with whom Sharon was directly involved.

This presentation is in collaboration with The Fringe and Underground Music Group at Goldsmiths University.

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