The artists will present an interactive cross-discipline exhibition consisting of 6 Audio-Visual works. Each has a specific emotion in mind, inspired by an area of real or imagined landscape. Matthew and Dominika have developed a way of presentation that subverts the standard gallery experience to increase the impact of the work and make it more inclusive, using digital technology and motion sensors, to create an interactive element to the presentation.
This exhibition is a co-commission with sound festival in Aberdeen and is supported by the Lisburn Arts Advisory Committee.
sound is Scotland’s festival of new music, and takes place annually in late October and early November in North East Scotland. Working collaboratively with a large network of local partners, it aims to make new music more accessible to audiences of all ages and backgrounds by presenting an eclectic range of music through a wide variety of events including concerts, talks, installations and workshops.
Sound 2015 will take place from the 22nd October – 9th November www.sound-scotland.co.uk
Premiere of Matthew Whiteside’s new work for viola d’amore and live electronics, alongside a performance of Prologue by Gerard Grisey and Ghosts by Ed Bennett. The concert will also be the album launch for Matthew’s new album, which will be available on the night.
Performers: Emma Lloyd viola and viola d’amore, Matthew Whiteside electronics