Longplayer Day 2017 is a 12-hour peripatetic cross-disciplinary festival celebrating the recently announced partnership between Goldsmiths and Longplayer by Jem Finer.
Longplayer Day 2017 is a 12-hour peripatetic cross-disciplinary festival celebrating the recently announced partnership between Goldsmiths and Longplayer by Jem Finer. Events take place across London locations: beginning at Goldsmiths (New Cross) and concluding with celebrations at Trinity Buoy Wharf (Poplar). Inspired by Longplayer's philosophy it is a curated programme of new commissions, performances, talks, screenings and workshops explore time and duration. Maps & programmes available on the day.
12-14.10 | Goldsmiths Great Hall | SE14 6NW
Michael Morris – Introduction
Morris: Co-Director of Artangel; member of Longplayer Trust
Cathy Haynes – Inaugural Lecture
Curator, artist and writer; previously Curator for Art on the Underground
John Tilbury – ‘Palais De Mari’ by Morton Feldman
Tilbury is regarded as one of the foremost interpreters of Morton Feldman’s music; member of AMM and the Scratch Orchestra.
Áine O’Dwyer – ‘Piano Transplant No. 1, the permanently prepared piano’ composed by Annea Lockwood: First performance since the work was created in the 1960s.
Siswå Sukrå: Javanese gamelan group based at the Royal Festival Hall. The group is tutored by Pete Smith, one of the UK’s leading gamelan musicians and teachers.
14.15-14.30 | Green Onions | SE14 6JP
Rosie Bergonzi performs ‘Child of Tree’ by John Cage
14.45-15.45 | Margaret McMillan Park | SE8 4BP
The Study Group – ‘Welcoming the Light’ by Pauline Oliveros (composed for the Summer Solstice)
15.50-17 | FILMS | Res & News of the World | SE8 4AL
John Latham – ‘Erth’ / introduction by Gareth Bell-Jones, Curator at Latham’s FTHo
Holloway / introduction by Dan Richard
17.10-17.30 | Ferranti Park Bandstand | SE8 3FB
Blanca Regina & Steve Beresford: improvisation
18-18.30 | Trinity Royal Naval College courtyard | SE10 9JF
Dominic Murcott – ‘Harmonic Canon’
18.40-19.10 | Greenwich Foot Tunnel | SE10 9HT
Angharad Davies: improvised violin
19.30-19.45 | Newcastle Draw Dock | E14 3BW
Charles Hayward: performace on Thames shoreline
20-20.20 | Thames Path | E14 3GJ
Richard Wilson (with Sean Dower and Ansuman Biswas) – The Harangue
20.40-21 | Prime Meridian | E14 2AB
Tim Spooner: performance
21.15-00 | Trinity Buoy Wharf | E14 0JW
Jem Finer: talk
John White: Drinking and Hooting Machine for bottles, liquid and breath
Dates & times
|21 Jun 2017||12:00pm|
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