Unpeeled is a series of events showcasing women in music technology. Vicky Clarke will present a performance and artist talk alongside an interactive sound installation by SONA.
- Date: Friday 2nd November 2018
- Time: 7.30 pm
- Venue: DINA, 32 Cambridge Street, Sheffield, S1 4HP
- Tickets: Pay as you feel with a suggested donation of £6
Please note: Eventbrite will charge a small booking fee on top of your donation (this varies depending on price, but for example there will be an 88p charge on a £6 ticket). Tickets will also be available on the door.
The venue is fully wheelchair accessible and seats will be available for those that want them. If you have any other accessibility requirements or general questions please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Free tickets are available for personal assistants.
Vicky Clarke is a sound artist and electronic musician from Manchester working with sound sculpture, field recordings and DIY electronics to create performances, installations and self-built instruments. Influenced by brutalism, futurism and musique concrete, her work explores the form and function of materials, uncovering the patterns & properties as sound sources, systems and interfaces. For her recent project MATERIALITY Vicky collaborated with researchers at the National Graphene Institute creating a gestural interface for Ableton Live, she has undertaken residencies at STEIM, National Science and Media Museum and most recently with project Noise Orchestra was awarded the ENLIGHT residency: European Light Expression Network developing ‘SWARM: Play the Light of the City’ developing portable noise machine synthesizers that translate light into sound which premiered at Rome Media Art Festival.
SONA: Unpeeled events are generously supported by the Sound and Music Composer-Curator programme, PRS Foundation and Arts Council England.