Conceived by visual performance artist Michael Mayhew, Mechanical Air employs flute, voice, dance, text 8-channel sound, 16mm film and slide and digital projection. Following performances in London and Manchester, Michael Mayhew and Gavin Osborn are offering a series of workshops to enable you to explore the possibilities of hyper-graphics through collaboration and multi-disciplinary practice. This is a perfect opportunity for musicians, artists, writers, performers, choreographers and dancers to discover their own unique voice in this notation of ideas.
Based on Mechanical Air by Michael Mayhew. Mechanical Air is a Hyper-Graphic Score, a ground-breaking system for the notation and composition of Music Art Performance – MAP.
This system allows for multi-disciplines to combine and collaborate: music, sound, visual arts, text, dance and more can all come together to explore a wide range of ideas and approaches.
This workshop will be held at Oxheys on Saturday 28th June but to maximise the experience, numbers are limited so book a place by registering interest – email Gavin Osborn on email@example.com
The workshop runs from 11am-5pm and costs £35 with a discounted rate for students and members of LAN (Lancashire Artists Network).
A limited range of artists’ materials, recording equipment, sound playback, sound objects, computer, compact digital cameras and video projection facilities are provided. Participants may bring their own items or musical instruments but any electrical items must show evidence of recent PAT testing.
Refreshments will be provided throughout the day.
This event is supported by Arts Council England.
PLEASE NOTE: This event has been postponed until the Autumn. Please register interest to be informed of the new dates.