These shows give you the chance to experience the work of our undergraduate and postgraduate students, from a range of disciplines including Art, Design, Theatre & Performance, Media & Communications, Music and Art Psychotherapy.
Rutger Hauser Digest
Ian Stonehouse & Lisa Busby
Rutger Hauser Digest will be undertaking an all day fluxus DJ performance using turntables, cassette players, dictionaries, pens, paper, furniture and other artefacts with the power to channel the dead.
Joseph Gillick and Sage Redman
An unidentifiable sound that recalls from popular music's archives.
Amy Spencer (acoustic guitar and vocals); Tierney Beames (electric guitar and backing vocals); Tomáš Kašpar (electric guitar, lapsteel and pedalsteel); Shane Boothby (bass); Max Woollett (drums)
A dark, enigmatic sound, based around honest and retrospective lyrics.
Rosie is currently principle percussionist in several ensembles from the period group The Amadè Players through to Epsom & Ewell Silver Brass Band.
King of Hearts
Harri Chambers; Osian Hooson
Each King of Hearts set is unique and tailored to the venue and audience.
The Amadè Players
Performing the music of the eighteenth-century
The Amadè Players are a London-based group of musicians with a passion for historically informed performance of the music of the eighteenth-century.
Little Liar is the project of London based singer and song-writer Maya Yianni.
A collaborative group underpinned by the songwriting of Adam Fletcher
Citadelles are a collaborative group underpinned by the songwriting of Adam Fletcher, working within a highly diverse range of influences including Bright Eyes, Jeff Buckley, Radiohead and Tune-Yards amongst others.
OperaGold perform Mozart's Die Zauberflöte
Minna Nygren; Chien Chun Lin; James Schouten; Farhad Amiri; and Richard Black (piano)
OperaGold will perform excerpts from Mozart's evergreen masterpiece Die Zauberflöte. The combination of wonderful music and enchanting story appeals to young and old and has kept audiences enthralled ever since its first performance in 1791.
Ryo Ikeshiro is a UK-based Japanese artist. In Construction in Kneading, both the audio and the visuals are produced in real-time by a generative system based on a 3D fractal created through a recursive process much like kneading dough.
Guy Baron (vocals); Aviram Barath (synths); Robin Braum (guitar); Daniel Cherney (bass); Billy Boone (drums)
Semi Precious is a sample-driven musical act created by the singer-producer Guy Baron.
Goldsmiths Gamelan Group
Led by Barley Norton on kendang (drums) and kacapi (zither), and Jasmine Hornabrook on suling (flute)
The Goldsmiths Gamelan Group will perform enchanting music from the Sunda region of Indonesia on the gamelan degung orchestra. Gamelan degung is a gong-chime ensemble unique to the Sundanese people of West Java. It is thought to have developed from an older ceremonial gamelan called goong renteng.
"Autogenous Noise" is a project combined real-time audio feedback and self-organization system in an interactive way, trying to control unpredictability and diversity with endless and evolving feedback effects.
Bled White Boy
Tierney Beames (vocals/guitar); Max Woollett (guitar); Aviram Barath (vocals/synthesizers); Will Hughs (bass); Johnny Coote (drums)
Bled White Boy's music has awkwardly folded itself into the area between beautiful and uncomfortable.
“PureGold was the first milestone in my artistic career; now my debut US single has achieved over 80,000 downloads"
"Goldsmiths has built a real reputation for nurturing the biggest musical talents out there, and I look forward to seeing what this year’s PureGold has to offer. Year on year, I am hugely impressed with the musical talent that the students exhibit"
Neill Quinton, Music & Participation Programmer at Southbank Centre
"Goldsmiths annual MFA Fine Art degree show is an event steeped in expectation and intrigue"
Dazed and Confused magazine
"Goldsmiths has not lost the ability to nurture daring artists that made it famous as the home of the Hirst generation."
"Goldsmiths degree shows owe a clear debt to predecessors but also cast a fresh eye on the future"
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