Jennifer Walshe and Caoimhín Breathnach, An Gléacht, 2015. Courtesy of the artist

Appendix 004

16 May 2020

Our new Appendix feature unpacks references, influences and themes of the week’s online programme and announcements. A Saturday digest of sound, video and written content from across the internet; Appendix is a digital reading, watching and listening list for the extra-curious.

i.) Read: Adham Faramawy, Sadé Mica and more explore gender through art and science. Adham Faramawy’s 360 video work, My fingers distended as honey dripped from your lips and we danced in a circular motion, is this week’s PAUSE feature, watch here.

ii.) Watch: Imaginary Histories, Jennifer Walshe’s full lecture at Sonic Acts 2018 where she explores the fictional archive of the Ireland’s musical avant-garde and makes a case for historical re-imaginings, parallel histories, and alternative narratives as ways to make people visible and work toward a more inclusive future.

Imaginary Histories, Jennifer Walshe, Sonic Acts 2018

iii.) Listen: The Sun and the Moon by Korean-American writer, artist, musician, and astrologer Johanna Hedva who presents this week’s episode of TRANSMISSIONS with guests Vivian Ia and Matthew Miller.

iv.) Watch: Tiles by Evi Kalogiropoulou, a new film made whilst the artist was in lockdown in Athens. You can also revisit the artist's presentation as part of Upgrade Yourself, a new digital strand of the Creative Careers & Skills programme at Somerset House.

Tiles, Evi Kalogiropoulou

v.) Listen: It Is Impossible To Know About Earth So We Must Hear Her Voice In Our Own Way by Johann Diedrick who hosted audio editing/soundscape production workshop as part of Mutant Promise's digital programme with Somerset House Studios.