Impeka presents Confluence
London-based imprint IMPEKA presents an afternoon dedicated to sonic explorations of the River Thames estuary and North Kent coast line.Sound artists Peter Coyte, Thomas Gardner and Jonas Gustafsson will present and perform a series of individual and collaborative pieces based on fieldwork in the Thames and Medway estuaries and along the coast of Whitstable, Seasalter and Tankerton, focussing on listening, environment, movement and physicality.
The performances will be followed by a discussion and Q&A about listening and perception of place / space with the artists.
3pm | JONAS GUSTAFSSON: “Hoo Goes There” [18’30’’]
field recordings from Medway & the Hoo Peninsula transporting listeners to the bleak and unforgiving yet remarkably beautiful marshes and
industrial landscapes of North Kent.
4.30pm | INTERVAL / SOPHIE LEE: “Amore Tremor”
final broadcast from Church bell tower;
see Whitstable Biennale catalogue for more information.
4.45pm | THOMAS GARDNER: “Ahhh: h-and and I-and and s-and”
LIVE PERFORMANCE BY THOMAS GARDNER (CELLO) AND PETER COYTE (OUIJA BOARD)
the horizons of the finger tips and the Whitstable landscape intersect to
create a new space between touch and listening.
5.30pm | PETER COYTE: “Crack & Murmur”
Field recordings from the coast from Tankerton Whitstable & Seasalter improvised using computer & modular processing.
6:10pm | artist discussion