MOR HO! collective presents: A night of audio/visual / performance noise
The ‘MOR HO! Collective’ is an independent initiative of Slovakian creatives based in London, which aims to bring focus to contemporary art and culture from Slovakia.
The Collective organizes events showcasing the work of Slovakians active in the fields of art, design, and music, alongside the work of their international peer base in London; creating platforms for play, exploration, and networking.
Sunday 7 April 2013 // 6PM - 12PM // FREE ENTRY
SHELLEY PARKER / JAMKA / PJONI / NPN
+ DJ MOON POST + VIDEO ART, SOUND ART, PERFORMANCE
Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/470470583024835/
Shelley Parker (Entr’acte / Structure)
Shelley Parker is an artist based in London. Her practice explores the experiential potential of sound and image through the manipulation of technology and the study of structure and material. Live audio feeds, bass frequencies and found sounds are recurring themes within her performance, installation and music production. She is currently artist in residence at Space Gallery in London where since February 2012 she has been contributing towards the Permacultures Residency Programme with a project on spatial recordings, bass frequencies, and Dungeness Power Station.
Jamka (Sub Rosa / Urbsounds)
Hailing from the Slovakian noise scene, the electronic maverick duo forge a rhythmic whirlwind of fractured structures, unfolding the mind into kinetic space for the body music to come. Using synthesizers, sequencers, samplers and various FX boxes, they touch on the darker side of techno, industrial and noise music, approaching it in their own uncompromising way.
Alongside a wide range of notable side-projects Pjoni’s solo path has proved to be one of his most satisfying. These electroacoustic country crossings know no boundaries and bind to no particular (sub) genre; Though Pjoni’s music is ‘experimental’ he is completely at home crafting these complex landscapes.
Cello compositions grapple with the tangle of drone-ambient spaces which transfer the sound into the territory of minimalism, dirty electronics, and even into the dark corners of alternative hip-hop. As if the aforementioned genres have always flirted with each other.
NPN is a live music project combining the industrial-noise-punk attitude with dark and obsessive