JULIA REIDY – HOW TO SPOT A RIP
Julia Reidy writes and performs original music using guitars, synthesised and recorded sound. She plays as a soloist and in projects such as SPOILER, Tennis of All Kinds and the Splitter Orchestra. She’s also appeared in various ‘improvised music’ contexts and performed extensively throughout Europe, Australasia and North America. Succeeding recent issues of her work by Feeding Tube and Room 40’s A Guide To Saints, ‘brace, brace’ is Julia’s soaring return to for Slip: a dread-tinged incantation unfurling from breath-down-the-neck field recordings, auto-murmured voice, synthetic hum, and irrepressible guitar kinetics.
PATRICK WARD – VIDEO EVIDENCE
Patrick Ward is an artist working with moving-image, sound and music in various modes of exhibition, performance and installation. They are a Senior Lecturer at The School of Art, Architecture and Design, London Metropolitan University; Associate Lecturer at Camberwell College of Arts, University of The Arts London, and a postgraduate researcher at the Centre for Audio Visual Experimentation, University of Leeds, UK