Cerith Wyn Evans
Leo Chadburn is a
composer and performer from London, whose music
includes scores for installation art, the theatre and three albums
under the name 'Simon Bookish', the most recent of which was
Everything/Everything, a big band song cycle about science and
Rie Nakajima is an
artist working with installations and performances
that produce sound. Her works are most often composed in direct
response to unique architectural spaces using a combination of audio
materials and found objects.
Jackson works with computer code, writing software to make
gestural actions manifested as drawings, animations, sound works and
paintings. He has exhibited widely, notably Seccession, Vienna, 1998;
Buerofriedrich, Berlin, 2000; Jerwood Gallery, London, 2000; Freud
Museum, London, 2004, Apt Draschan, Vienna, 2007.
Evans' work incorporates a wide range of media, including
installation works, sculptures, photography, film and text. Since
the 1990s, his work could be characterised by its focus on language and
perception, as well as a precise, conceptual clarity that is often
developed out of the context of the exhibition site or its history.
Shimizu began performing as a singer and pianist with her own
band and subsequently scored numerous Manga animated feature films. Now
living in London she regularly composes for film and television, most
recently producing music for performances at Barbican, Royal Opera
House, London Roundhouse and Liverpool Everyman.
Genevieve Murphy is studying composition in her final year at
Birmingham Conservatoire. She composes using electronics and live
instruments, working with many artists and
musicians. Various plans for the year include composing
for BCMG, writing for her own ensembles, and touring with
Martin Creed's band and ballet (Work 1020).
is a record producer and musician who has worked with
with an eclectic range of people and music which has included The
Flying Lizards, Palais Schaumburg and Michael Nyman amongst many
others. His installation works in art galleries magnify the sound
of a room, a music delineated by the architectural characteristics of
the space and modulated by the transient nature of people passing
photo - Rie