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At The Fruitmarket Gallery, Edinburgh, for Book Week Scotland

On Thursday 30 November I'll be taking part in 'You were also there' at The Fruitmarket Gallery in Edinburgh.

Part of the Book Week Scotland programme, and held in the context of Jacqueline Donachie's exhibition 'Right Here Among Them', this is an event with a pronounced social-political dimension, and also features Julie Morrissy as well as Scots author and NHS campaigner Rab Wilson and Edinburgh charity Upward Mobility’s band The UpMo Experience.

The event is free but ticketed (book via Eventbrite) and runs from 5.30pm till 8.00pm.

With thanks to Iain Morrison for the invitation.

Inflammatory Speech: an Irish Museum of Modern Art commission

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In July, Nathan O'Donnell,Suzanne Walsh and I operating as a collaborative unit received one of three project commissions from the Irish Museum of Modern Art (IMMA) to create new work in response to the ROSC 50 exhibition.

After a four-month research and composition period, our resulting collaborative text and performance 'Inflammatory Speech' will be presented on Saturday 11 November at 2pm in The Johnston Suite at IMMA as part of an event showcasing the ROSC 50 artist research commissions.

Admission is free, but booking is required as places are limited:

"Audiences are invited to attend a seminar comprising of artists’ performance, lecture presentations, screening and a panel discussion. This includes research projects in response to the Rosc exhibitions: 'Prologue' by artist Amanda Coogan, 'Poverty of Vision' by Emma Haugh and a collaborative project titled ‘Inflammatory Speech’ by Christodoulos Makris, Nathan O’Donnell and Suzanne Walsh. Each artist…

Phonica: Seven

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Phonica: Seven

Monday 27 November 2017
7.30pm 
Boys School, Smock Alley Theatre
Admission: €7.00 / €5.00

with
Anna Jordan
Doireann Ní Ghríofa
The Quiet Club
Mark Tokar
Nerys Williams
Jona Xhepa




Phonica: Seven features performances from a range of vibrant, award-winning poets, musicians and artists with international outlooks and reputations working in the fields of electronic music, contemporary multilingual poetry, jazz composition, sound art, improvisation and theatrics, classical vocals, broken narratives, and more.

Phonica is a series of linked events rooted in Word and Sound and with an emphasis on multiformity and the experimental. Conceived, programmed and hosted since early 2016 by Christodoulos Makris and Olesya Zdorovetska, Phonica aims to explore compositional and performative ideas and to encourage a melting pot of audiences and artists from across artforms.




Featured Artists:

Anna Jordan is no stranger to creating intriguing soundscapes and conjuring moods through music. Jordan belongs t…