Technology Now: Sonic Feminisms Part II @ ICA, Sep 30

, 29 September 2016
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The Technology Now: Sonic Feminisms Part II is on at London’s ICA on September 30.

The event, is part of ICA’s Technology Now series, is the second in a two-part series by Helen Hester that examines “gender, sonic media and the post-human.”

The evening, taking place at the ICA Theatre, will begin with a panel discussion exploring “the gender politics of voice and sound” and continue on after with performances, visuals and DJ sets.

Marcin Pietruszewski will perform (dia)grammatology of space (“a piece for human voice, synthetic speech and computer”) with Diann Bauer and Adda Kaleh, a music project by Alexandra Pirici and visuals by Ion Cotenescu,  Yoneda Lemma and Anna Mikkola. d-n-e’s performance features the voice of Amy Ireland and Katrina Burch among others.

See the ICA wesite for details.**

 

The intellectually rigorous + sardonically funny work of Chris Kraus to feature in the ‘Cruelty and Crime’ screening at ICA, Jan 18

17 January 2018

The Technology Now: Sonic Feminisms Part II is on at London’s ICA on September 30.

The event, is part of ICA’s Technology Now series, is the second in a two-part series by Helen Hester that examines “gender, sonic media and the post-human.”

The evening, taking place at the ICA Theatre, will begin with a panel discussion exploring “the gender politics of voice and sound” and continue on after with performances, visuals and DJ sets.

Marcin Pietruszewski will perform (dia)grammatology of space (“a piece for human voice, synthetic speech and computer”) with Diann Bauer and Adda Kaleh, a music project by Alexandra Pirici and visuals by Ion Cotenescu,  Yoneda Lemma and Anna Mikkola. d-n-e’s performance features the voice of Amy Ireland and Katrina Burch among others.

See the ICA wesite for details.**

 

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Stewart Uoo brings cult event It’s Get Better to London for a night of POC, queer, feminist + radical perspectives at ICA, Sep 15

13 September 2017

The Technology Now: Sonic Feminisms Part II is on at London’s ICA on September 30.

The event, is part of ICA’s Technology Now series, is the second in a two-part series by Helen Hester that examines “gender, sonic media and the post-human.”

The evening, taking place at the ICA Theatre, will begin with a panel discussion exploring “the gender politics of voice and sound” and continue on after with performances, visuals and DJ sets.

Marcin Pietruszewski will perform (dia)grammatology of space (“a piece for human voice, synthetic speech and computer”) with Diann Bauer and Adda Kaleh, a music project by Alexandra Pirici and visuals by Ion Cotenescu,  Yoneda Lemma and Anna Mikkola. d-n-e’s performance features the voice of Amy Ireland and Katrina Burch among others.

See the ICA wesite for details.**

 

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Geographically-scattered media collective Quantum Natives present Brood Ma, Dane Law, Yearning Kru + others at ICA, Aug 20

15 August 2017

The Technology Now: Sonic Feminisms Part II is on at London’s ICA on September 30.

The event, is part of ICA’s Technology Now series, is the second in a two-part series by Helen Hester that examines “gender, sonic media and the post-human.”

The evening, taking place at the ICA Theatre, will begin with a panel discussion exploring “the gender politics of voice and sound” and continue on after with performances, visuals and DJ sets.

Marcin Pietruszewski will perform (dia)grammatology of space (“a piece for human voice, synthetic speech and computer”) with Diann Bauer and Adda Kaleh, a music project by Alexandra Pirici and visuals by Ion Cotenescu,  Yoneda Lemma and Anna Mikkola. d-n-e’s performance features the voice of Amy Ireland and Katrina Burch among others.

See the ICA wesite for details.**

 

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