Unpeeled is a series of events showcasing women in music technology. In this event, our artists will present performances and artist talks alongside an interactive sound installation by SONA.
- Date: Friday 8th February 2019
- 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.
Audio sculptress AGF uses language, field recording and electronics as instrumentality of choice, weaving off-genre rhythms, sound art, moving image and intersectional justice into a glowing post-internet tapestry.
Kay Logan has an academic background in audio technologies and computer programming. She has worked in freelance sound reinforcement since 2011, and as a freelance studio engineer from 2017. She has toured internationally extensively, released records and played stringed instruments with a variety of chaotic and convoluted bands. She made one techno record under the pseudonym Helena Celle, and currently organises sound throughout time with a concern for aural outsideness under the name Otherworld. Her current interests revolve largely around Python / Godot Engine programming. She does not have a public social media presence, but is 1/4th of the record label Anxious Music, which does. She publishes all relevant workings on her personal website: https://6b6179.github.io
Here are a few of Laura Merrill’s pictures from on the night…
SONA: Unpeeled events are generously supported by the Sound and Music Composer-Curator programme, PRS Foundation and Arts Council England.