Wednesday 31 August 2011 18.30
Rie Nakajima and David Cunningham
Slade School of Fine Art
London WC1E 6BT
photo © Marie Roux
Tuesday 26 July 2011:
PETER GORDON: LOLO STEREO
Featuring Max Gordon and David Cuningham
The Shacklewell Arms London E8 2EB
27 May 2011: 20.00 Resonance FM
Frank and Moustique go boating; a play for radio by Peter Stickland
‘Frank and Moustique go boating’ follows the long British tradition of radio repartee which goes nowhere in particular. The two characters are under the misapprehension that they are improvising a performance. The play has a ludicrous plot with surreal humour, puns, catch phrases and an array of bizarre sound effects. The postscript is entirely at sea.
Performed by Peter Stickland and Christine Fasse.
Introductions; Lena Tutunjian. Sound; David Cunningham.
Postscript - David Cunningham/Humpback Whale.
David Cunningham - electric guitar and footpedals, recorded within Grrr Jamming Squeak, Rotterdam – a public artwork by Paola Pivi; commissioned by Sculpture International Rotterdam.
Sunday 8 May 2011:
Café Sonore Portret: David Cunningham
VPRO Radio, Nederland, Armeno Alberts interviews David Cunningham
In de Café Sonore uitzending van 8 mei 2011 hoor je een portret van de Ierse gitarist en geluidskunstenaar David Cunningham, die op 15 april dit jaar een concert gaf in Rotterdam, in het GRRR Jamming Squeak project van de Italiaanse kunstenares Paola Pivi. Dit Project, geďnitieerd door Sculpture International Rotterdam, omvat een compleet uitgeruste muziek- en opnamestudio op de collsingel 63.
The Café Sonore broadcast 8 May 2011 is a portrait of David Cunningham who on 15 April this year gave a concert in Rotterdam within the GRRR Jamming Squeak project by the Italian artist Paola Pivi. The project was initiated by Sculpture International Rotterdam.
photo Davide Tidoni
Wednesday 15 April 2011:
GRRR JAMMING SQUEAK
A public artwork by Paola Pivi commissioned by Sculpture International Rotterdam, www.grrr.nu
David Cunningham will play guitar live in the Grrr Jamming Squeak space with a selection of animal sounds, creating a parallel structure alongside the aural ecologies rather than simply an exotic decoration.
All the guitar sounds are originated live in the performance, the only prerecorded material will be the Grr Jamming Squeak multispecies sound library.