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Contact: Perpetual Possibility

Iklectik, 7:30, Thursday 6th July.

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New and recent work from Jenny Baines, Louisa Fairclough and Laura Hindmarsh, who will be presenting 16mm film loops, with sonic performances by Matt Sue Harding, Ecka Mordecai and Blanca Regina with Adriana Camacho.


Looping Jenny Baines (16mm film loop)

Bore Song Louisa Fairclough (16mm film loop with sound)

Window Hover Laura Hindmarsh (16mm film loop)

Ballance Matt Harding (speaker, whistle and voice)

Ecka Mordecai (cello, egg flute and voice)

Blanca Regina with Adriana Camacho (electronics and voice with double bass)


Jenny Baines’ practice finds its form though the relationship between her body and the mechanisms of film. She performs actions for a wind-up 16mm Bolex camera exploring the parameters of the apparatus and her own physical endurance.

Louisa Fairclough’s work takes the form of film loops, performances, field recordings and drawings.

Laura Hindmarsh’s practice is loosely focused on the moving image but using interdisciplinary approaches from analogue film to performance, drawing and writing, with a specific interest in storytelling.

Matt Harding explores movement, texture and repetition. He has released several albums, scored films and live soundtracks. His audio-visual pieces include performative installations and an ongoing series of sound films. He also runs the sound and art platform The Thames Submarine.

Situated between sonic, performative and olfactory disciplines, Ecka Mordecai’s work is driven by sensation: entwining cello, horsehair harp, voice, eggflute, scent and improvisation into time-based objects expressive of emotional complexity.

Blanca Regina is an interdisciplinary artist, tutor, and independent curator who works with spontaneous composition systems creating multimedia landscapes using voice, objects, electronics, and visuals.

Adriana Camacho is a musician and filmmaker, who is active on the improvisation scene.

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