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b.1983, UK 

Exhibitions / solo
2018 Anti-mass | PuntWG | Amsterdam
2016 Demo | Cass Sculpture Foundation
2016 One Dozen and Zero Units | South London Gallery
2012 The Void Belonging to Created Things | QO2 Brussels
2008 The Silence on the Floor of my House | Supplement

Exhibitions / group
2018 Shows How | Audiograft Festival | Oxford
2016 Would | New City Arts | Charlottesville, USA
2015 As With Dwelling So With Life | South London Gallery
2015 We Find the Body Difficult to Speak w/ Patrick Farmer | Grizedale
2015 Objects of Conjecture w/ David Stent | Hardwick Gallery
2014 NOW NOW| Sydney Non Objective | Australia
2014 Either Ear w/ Ryoko Akama | OTO Projects | London
2014 Open | Oriel Davies | Powys
2010
 Fantasy is a Place Where it Rains w/ Patrick Farmer | Oriel Davies
2008 The Wharf Road Project | V22
2008 Mr Palomar w/ Patrick Farmer | Bloc Space | Sheffield
2007 Bloc Assembly#8 | Bloc Space | Sheffield
2007 Oisen “and…and…and” | Sylvester Space | Sheffield
2007 65,000 Feet | Victoria Baths | Manchester

Residencies
2016 South London Gallery/Sound and Music | London
2015 Grizedale | Lake District
2014 OTO Projects | London
2013 Meantime Project Space | Cheltenham
2012 Q02 | Brussels, Belgium
2011 Q02 | Brussels, Belgium
2011 The Old Fire Station | Oxford

Selected Live Performances
Vibrant Matter Portrait Series, KM28 Berlin
Experimentica, performing Transversal Time by Rhodri Davies, Cardiff, 2018
Counterflows Festival, performing Transversal Time by Rhodri Davies, Glasgow, 2018
Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival, performing Transversal Time by Rhodri Davies, Huddersfield, 2017
Modern Art Oxford, performing works by Ryoko Akama, Sarah Hughes and Lo Wie. Oxford, 2017.
Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival, performing works by Mafred Werder, Jurg Frey and Lo Wie. Huddersfield, 2015.
100 Years Gallery, performing works by Ryoko Akama, Manfred Werder and Lo Wie. London 2015.
Music We’d Like To Hear, performing works by Sarah Hughes, Stephen James, Joanna Bailie, Dominic Lash, Amber Priestly and Paul Whitty, 2015.
Musée des Beaux-Arts de Nantes, solo performance and composition. Commission as part of Fernand Leger Retrospective. Nantes, France, 2014.
Café Oto, various concerts. London 2009-2016.
MK Gallery, solo performance and duo with Ryoko Akama. Milton Keynes 2015.
The Wulf, Los Angeles, performing Sarah Hughes, Patrick Farmer and James Tenney. USA 2013.
John Hansard Gallery, performing as part of exhibition ‘Robert Smithson and Nancy Holt: England and Wales 1969’. Southampton 2013.
Parasol Unit, performing works by Antoine Beuger and Craig Shepherd. London 2013.
Goldsmiths University, improvisation with Kostis Kilymis. London 2013.
Holywell Music Hall, various performances. Oxford 2010-2013.
Lost and Found, Kings Place, performing Water Yam by George Brecht. London 2012.
Phoenix Gallery, improvisation with Patrick Farmer, Daniel Jones and Angharad Davies. Brighton 2012.
V22 Sound/Space, improvisation with Jennifer Allum and Dimitra Lazaridou-Chatzigoga. London 2012.
I and E festival, improvisation with Patrick Farmer and Daniel Jones. Dublin 2011.
Blurred Edges Festival, improvisation with Patrick Farmer and Daniel Jones. Hamburg, 2011.

Discography
Antoine Beuger Ockeghem Octets Another Timbre, 2017
Goldsmiths Another Timbre, 2016
Accidents of Matter or of Space (second edition), Suppedaneum Records, 2015
Ryoko Akama Senu Hima Melange Editions compositions by Antione Beuger, Jurg Frey, James Saunders and Sarah Hughes performed by Ryoko Akama, 2015
The Set Ensemble Stock Cock Consumer Waste Records, 2015
Antione Beuger Cantor Quartets double CD with Dominic Lash, Jurg Frey and Radu Malfatti, 2013
Wandelweiser und so weiter 6 cd box-set, Another Timbre, 2013
Accidents of Matter or of Space solo, Suppedaneum, 2013
The Good Life with Kostis Kilymis, Consumer Waste Records, 2012
Michael Pisaro Fields Have Ears Another Timbre, 2012
No Islands w/ Stephen Cornford, Patrick Farmer and Kostis Kilymis. Another Timbre, 2011
Droplets w/ Dominic Lash and Patrick Farmer. Another Timbre, 2011
Loris The Cat from Cat Hill Another Timbre, 2009
Is w/Patrick Farmer, split release with David Dunn. Compost and Height, 2009

Selected bibliography / publications
2016 Experimental Music Since 1970 by Jennie Gottschalk (Bloomsbury)
2016 Practice Composition SLG exhibition catalogue
2015 Reductive Journal FOUR (Melange Editions)
2015 Partials (BORE Publishing)
2015 Wolf Notes #8 (Compost and Height)
2014 Interpretation QO2
2014 Wolf Notes #7 (Compost and Height)
2014 The Continuum of the Field NOW NOW
2013 Point of Departure Journal Issue 42
2012 Word Events: Notes on Verbal Notation James Saunders and John Lely (Continuum)
2007 Oisen “and…and…and”, Arts Council England

Teaching / Lecturing / Public Speaking
Fine Art Lecturer, West Dean College (Undergraduate to MFA) 2012-
Roundtable, UCL in collaboration with DLWP (Thinking Through Design: Urban to Rural), 2019
Visiting Lecturer, London College of Communication (Sound Art and Design MA/PhD), 2017
Visiting Lecturer, Oxford Brooked University, (Sound Art MA/PhD)
Visiting Lecturer, Nottingham Trent University (Fine Art, Undergraduate) 2015
Visiting Lecturer, Brighton University (Fine Art Sculpture, Undergraduate) 2014
Visiting Lecturer, Eastleigh College (Art and Design, Pre-degree Foundation) 2014
Guest speaker, Histories, Theories and Practices of Sound Art, The Courtauld Institute of Art 2014
Guest speaker, Q02 Summer School, Brussels 2014

Editor
Co-founder of Compost and Height
Co-founder of BORE publishing

Education
MA with Distinction, Social Sculpture, Oxford Brookes University, 2010-2011
BA First Class Honours, Fine Art
, Sheffield Hallam University 2004-2007


COMPOSITION

With Object, Writhing Body (2019)
– Premiere at KM28, Berlin, October 2019. Performed by Sarah Hughes

Kissing Repeat (2019)
– Premiere at Cafe OTO, May 2019. Performed by Cristian Alvear and Rie Nakajima
– Performed at KM28, Berlin, October 2019 by Sarah Hughes, Rebecca Lee, Felicity Mangan and Koan Nutter.

Every Limb as Tired as a Butcher (2018)
– Premiere by Ensemble x.y, October 2018

She Killed the Man Beside Her with a Hot Fine Thistle (2018)
– Premiere by Ensemble x.y, October 2018

I Stay Joined (2017)
Commissioned by London Contemporary Music Festival 2017.
– Premiere at LCMF 2017. Performed by Apartment House.

Harraga (2017)
– Premiere by Ordinary Affects, Boston, US. April 2017

Surreal Imaginings of Men (2017)
– Premiere at Modern Art Oxford, UK, February 2017. Performed by The Set Ensemble.
– Performed at KM28, Berlin October 2019 by Sarah Hughes, Rebecca Lee, Felicity Mangan and Koan Nutter.

No, Schubert! (2016)
– Premiere at Umbral festival, Oaxaca, Mexico, December 2016. Performed by Dora Bartilotti (objects), Carlos Baz (objects, motors), Liliana Rodríguez (viola), Aarón Escobar (objects, software), Juan Garcia (double bass).

25 Questions to The Board (Redacted) (2016)
– Premiere by Stephen Chase, La Biblioteka, Sheffield 2017
– Performed by Ailis Ni Riain as part of Sound and Music ‘Unlimited Impact’.

The Complete Man (2016) . For Tim Parkinson.

Collapsed Points for Living In (2015) For Basil Beattie and Dominic Lash.
– Premiere at Music We'd Like to Hear by by Dominic Lash, July 2015
– Broadcast: Hear and Now, BBC Radio 3, August 2015

Twenty Furlongs of Self-determination (2015). For JCM.
– Released as part of Sifr, Suppedaneum, Chicago 2015
– Performed at Bauhaus 100 by Sarah Kate Wilson and students from Camberwell School of Arts, Bauhaus Dessau 2019

A Reward is Given for the Best Inframammary Fold (2015)
– Premiered at Constellation Chicago by a.pe.ri.od.ic Ensemble, Chicago, May 2015
– Performed by Dog Star Orchestra, Los Angeles, June 2015
– Realisation by Angharad Davies (violin), Rhodri Davies (electric harp), Michael Duch (double bass), Lina Lapelyte (violin), John Lely (objects & electronics), & John Tilbury (piano) released on ‘Goldsmiths’ by Another Timbre Records.
– Performed at 'Three Generations of British Composers: Howard Skempton, Laurence Crane, Sarah Hughes' by the Southland Orchestra, Los Angeles, September 2015

I Love this City and its Outlying Lands (2014)
Commissioned by the Musée des Beaux Arts de Nantes
– Premiere at the exhibition Fernand Legér Reconstruire le réel at Musée des Beaux Arts de Nantes, Sarah Hughes, Nantes, September 2014
– Versions for Ryoko Akama, released on Senu Hima, Melange Editions 2015 (with Antoine Berger, James Saunders and Jurg Frey)

Architectural Model Making (2014)
Commissioned by Another Timbre Records.
– Online series with nine realisations by Ryoko Akama, Lali Barrière / Eduard Màrquez, Seth Cooke, Bruno Duplant, Bonnie Jones / Tim Albro, Choi Joonyong, Phil Julian, Alfredo Costa Monteiro, Olivier Toulemonde
– Premiered by Ryoko Akama at Fuse Gallery, Bradford
– Performed by Vibrant Matter Ensemble at Studio 8, Berlin, April 2017
– Performed by Heather Frasch at Liebig Gallery, Berlin, April 2017

Repetition Variation #2 (Sketchbook Series #3) (2013)
– Published by Reductive Music, Journal One, 2014.
– Performed by Bruno Guastalla, Dominic Lash and Samuel Rodgers.

Repetition Variation #1 (Sketchbook Series #2) (2012)
– Premiered at Audiograft Festival by Michael Pisaro, Tim Parkinson, Dominic Lash, Patrick Farmer, James Saunders. Holywell Music Hall, Oxford, 2012.
– Performed at The Wulf, Los Angeles by Michael Pisaro, David Stent, Sarah Hughes, Marcus Rubio, Andy Young. 2013.

Fires and Conifers (2012)
Written as part of a residency and exhibition at QO2, Brussels
– Performed at Extradition Concert Series, Portland Oregon October 2019
– Broadcast: Hear and Now, BBC Radio 3, August 2017
– Performed at Music We’d Like to Hear 2017
– Published as part of a collection of scores by The Set Ensemble BORE publishing Summer 2015
– Released on Stopcock by The Set Ensemble Consumer Waste Records September 2015
– Ryoko Akama, Jane Dickson, Patrick Farmer, Sarah Hughes, Samuel Rodgers, David R J Stent, Paul Whitty. Church of St. John the Evangelist, March 2015
– A.pe.ri.od.ic Ensemble, Chicago 2013

Can Never Exceed Unity (2012)
– Second edition by Suppedaneum, Chicago 2015
– Released by Suppedaneum, Chicago 2013. Performed by Rhodri Davies, Patrick Farmer, Jane Dickson, Neil Davidson, and Dimitra Lazaridou-Chatzigoga.

For Rilke (for RD) (2010)
– Rhodri Davies, Dominic Lash. Holywell Music Hall, 2012
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