Nerve scales, a musical and multimedia performance

Performance


Long, T. and Kakinoko, M. 2012. Nerve scales, a musical and multimedia performance. Canterbury, Kent 06 Nov 2014
CreatorsLong, T. and Kakinoko, M.
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Nerve Scales Free Range November 6 2014
Mrs Jones' Kitchen Canterbury

Contributors
Jim Backhouse radio works
Andy Birtwistle reads from Elsa Von Freytag-Loringhoven

Tim Long sounds Nerve Scales, with objects

Lemon Otter reading from Elsa Von Freytag-Loringhoven
‘Aphrodite to Mars’ with drone from Sam Bailey

Adam Button speaks Antonin Artaud’s words, adapted from the text 'Nerve Scales'.

The performances brought together readings, music and interactive elements. The works presented by Tim Long and Masa Kakinoko employed improvisation and computer controlled interactions.

Loosely based around the text by Antonin Artaud, from 1925, the performances animated themes of subjective instability and mental distress.

ContributorsBirtwistle, A.
Date2012
EventMrs Jones' Kitchen
Output statusPublished
References

Artaud, Antonin, Nerve Scales (also translated as 'Nerve Meter') p. 91, Antonin Artaud Selected Writings, Ed. Sontag, S, Trans. Weaver, S.University of California Press, 1976.

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Deposited11 Jan 2017
CompletedJun 2012
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