Secret Technology: Machine Dialogues with SONAMB
November 22 @ 7:00 pm - 11:00 pm
This time we’re joined by SONAMB, the new music project by sound artist Vicky Clarke, off the back of her debut album SLEEPSTATES.
The focus? Using electronic music to create connections between humans and machines. Vicky will delve into her processes for sound creation, including sound walks, sampling, creating DIY interfaces and the interplay of visual and sonic systems.
Perfect for lovers of experimental electronics, musique concrète, noise and techno.
When and Where
Tuesday 22 November from 7pm at The Old Abbey Taphouse (Guildhall Close, Manchester Science Park, Hulme, M15 6SY)
About Secret Technology
Secret Technology places emphasis on a communal approach to learning, taking place in social spaces like pubs and record shops. Each session, guest artists present a mixture of workshop and discussions around aesthetics, wellbeing, technology and their intersections.
Discover and share new ideas that can be applied across all forms of electronic music, from pop to jungle to experimental.
SONAMB is the new musical project by sound artist Vicky Clarke. Working with sound sculpture, DIY electronics and human-machine systems, she explores our relationship to technology through sonic materiality, considering human agency in seemingly autonomous systems, post-industrial echoes and the techno-emotional states we experience through these interactions. Her work takes the form of self-built electronic instruments and sculpture, live performance, digital art, research and installation. Winner of the Oram Award 2020, for the past two years she has been artist in residence at NOVARS, University of Manchester exploring musique concrete and machine learning.