A Requiem for Edward Snowden is a large scale live audiovisual performance piece by Matthew Collings and Jules Rawlinson, produced by Magnetic North

The piece focuses on a number of themes which are extremely relevant to our lives in the 21st century, based around the actions of whistleblower Edward Snowden; loss of faith and security, invasion of privacy and personal sacrifice. The piece explores the consequences of this situation through electronic sound, acoustic instrumentation and live visuals. The gestures and performance from live electronics performers, a clarinetist and string section are analysed and interact with real-time visuals by Jules Rawlinson, exploring the piece's central themes at sonic and visual levels.

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Clarinet/Bass Clarinet – Pete Furniss
Violin – Emma Lloyd
Cello – Clea Friend
Electric Guitar/Electronics – Matthew Collings
Real-time Visual Processing – Jules Rawlinson
Sound Projection – Sean Williams

Stockbridge Church, 7b Saxe Coburg Street Edinburgh EH3 5BN view map
20-22/08/2015 20:00

£10 / £7




Stockbridge Church

7b Saxe Coburg Street Edinburgh EH3 5BN

  • 20-22/08/2015 20:00

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