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  1. Kelp Road

    Developed as a collaboration between Anne Parouty, visual artist, and Scott Wilson, sound artist, Kelp Road is an ongoing multimedia project exploring and immersing the audience in…

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    BEAST FEaST 2018

    BEAST FEaST 2018: BEASTopia! Thursday 26 – Saturday 28 April 2018 University of Birmingham, UK Three days of music, meeting and ideas   BEASTopia! Ideas of democracy…

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    BEAST FEAST 2017

    BEAST FEaST 2017: Figure | Landscape | Seascape | Sky Electronic music can produce sounds suggestive of the most intimate intentions; the result of acts undertaken by…

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  4. Installations

    Mechanical Timothy Cooper Studio 1, Lower Ground Floor Take a bike for a spin. Listen and respond as the landscape whizzes past. Play all of…

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  5. Presentations

    Friday 28 April 10:00-12:00 Dome Room Rolando Rodriguez The nomad image Lisa Whistlecroft A Figure in a Landscape (dancing in the dark) Yvette Jackson Soundscapes…

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  6. Concerts

    Thursday 27 April 19:30 Dome Room Our festival launch features works by Matthusen and Tremblay’s improv duo light.box. Roeland Luyten Helena Symeon Youvev terreiro do…

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  7. BEAST FEaST 2017 Call for Works/Talks/Installations

    BEAST FEaST 2017: Figure | Landscape | Seascape | Sky ***** Deadlines Extended ***** Talks: 16 Sept 2016 @ 23:59 UTC+1 Music: 5 Sept 2016 @…

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    BEER@CERN

    We’re very pleased to report that the Birmingham Ensemble for Electroacoustic Research, BEAST’s resident laptop group, will be performing at the art@CMS Summer Vernissage at CERN…

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  9. We’re hard at work…

    2015/16 was a fantastic year for BEAST, with exciting events on the BEASTdome system, and our contributions to the first CrossCurrents Festival. BEAST FEaST was…

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    Sounding Images

    As part of the SOUNDING IMAGES module, University of Birmingham music students have created new electroacoustic pieces inspired by three works in the Barber collection:…

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