Gig announcement: Anarchy in the Organism, and Plenum (Simeon Nelson with Rob Godman and Nick Rothwell), at the Frome Festival, July 11th. This is the first time we’ve attempted a custom three-screen display for both pieces (the only non-projection version of Anarchy was the original installation at the Wellcome Trust, while Plenum has, so far, always been projected). We’re delighted to welcome back Kate Romano on clarinet.
We’re in the process of doing the final software tweaks and test runs for Simeon Nelson’s Anarchy in the Organism, which embarks on a sporadic but select tour next week. Musical score is by Rob Godman, played by the Goldfield Ensemble.
More information on the Wellcome Trust web site.
An early set of photos of Plenum on King’s College Chapel.
This coming week sees the next outing of Plenum as part of the Cambridge Music Festival, for which we are being given King’s College Chapel, Cambridge to play with. Installation dates: November 15 and 16. There is of course a Facebook event.
The Wellcome Trust-funded installation piece Anarchy in the Organism by Simeon Nelson has just gone live at the UCLH Cancer Centre. We designed and built the animation and rendering system; Rob Godman composed the multichannel soundtrack.
This short video shows Plenum projected onto St. Oswald’s church as part of the Lumiere Durham festival. This was the third outing for the piece this year, the first two being at Skyway (Toruń, Poland) and Valgus (Tallinn, Estonia), associated with Lux Scientia.