bod [包家巷] + John Hannon + Bosch

bod [包家巷] + John Hannon + Bosch

20th June 2019


bod [包家巷] is an audiovisual artist from Tucson and based in Berlin who has released on ZOOM LENS, Quantum Natives, Knives and most recently Danse Noire. Their work can be generalized to be theoretics on the technological and psychological, while individual units of releases and performance move deeper into the ever dissolving boundary between art and the rest of life. Most recent focus has been on sound artworks, but in the past bod produced as a typographer and a photographer.

"Built upon models seen in underground music as well as institutional art, the synthesized work of Tea Strazicic (Flufflord) and Nick Zhu (bod [包家巷]) is live coordination between imagery and sound. An intimate relationship is compiled between both aspects of the primary sensory impact of technology in order to publicly study and reveal aspects of the artists and their relationship to each other as well as digitalism." - Supynes Festival

bod talks inspiringly about their/art in general, on platforms across the spectrum. bod's philosophies tend towards approaches of conceptual art which translates to a vivid, hyper colour and generous sensory experience. bod uses multiple similar pseudonyms across their output, and is focused on performative sound works right now, though
continues to maintain several online visual platforms for digital/web art.

JOHN HANNON
... of Liberez (Alter Records, UK) solo violin and electronics
www.liberez.com
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pz5zzI8djZc
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pJNMUGEp4wk
https://www.thewire.co.uk/audio/tracks/stream-the-latest-album-by-liberez
https://sonofmarketing.com/2019/01/23/video-premiere-liberez-maidez-by-jack-wates/

bÖsch
...is an experimental electronic musician and sound artist based in Colchester. After studying classical piano, bÖsch began producing electronic and drone music, with inspiration ranging from Tim Hecker, Loscil and 70s electronica to classical minimalist composers such as Philip Glass and Terry Riley. His set will fill your head with earworms and your heart with joy.

Some sketches and live performances can be listened at https://soundcloud.com/fmass

Tickets £7/£6 concessions
Doors 7.30pm
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