Looking forward to catching some of these performances in London: I find her work absolutely fascinating.
Sarah Angliss and “Spacedog”
I think I first came across her work while researching puppetry. Her essay on the “Uncanny Valley” led me to exploring the fascinating compositions and videos she has created. Angliss characterises her work as a heady mix of unexpected elements:
Trained in electroacoustics, music and robotics, I specialise in creating original sound installations, exhibits and live performances that mix cutting-edge technology with curious or vintage sound equipment and little known stories from the history of science. I’m particularly interested in creating sonic art that enables people to generate or manipulate sound using novel physical elements (e.g. robots; motion sensors). Whenever possible, I try to avoid compositions that generate music entirely through software – I find algorithmic music is richer and more delightful when it’s coupled to the real world in some meaningful way…
Today’s film in the horror class: the original Night of the Living Dead, which means I need to explain the 60s — mostly that it wasn’t all hippies and the Grateful Dead which seems to be the association my students usually make with the time period.