Clear as a bell, will close with a lecture-performance from Noah Angell and a reading from David Nash on Saturday 7th May from 6pm.
The event is free but please RSVP at firstname.lastname@example.org
Noah Angell will be presenting a new work, a train going through the valley didn't wake him, but only entered his dream
A performance which alloys the railway song in United States folklore, vocal signalling, and train dreams with private and historical digressions in an immersive hour of storytelling and song. Featuring recordings from Virginia, North Carolina, Louisiana, Arizona, Alaska, Sweden, and Central African Republic.
David Nash will be reading excerpts from In Case of Death, a text commissioned on the occasion of Clear as a bell that accompanies the exhibition. Download the text
Noah Angell was born in the United States in 1980 and lives and works in London. He received an MA in Fine Art from Central Martin’s in 2006. Recent exhibitions and events include; Everything Gucci: the poetic and political economy of Gucci Mane, Res, London; In a cell lit by singing fireflies, Camden Arts Centre, London, Lofoten International Arts Festival, Svolvær and Kinisi Festival, Santorini; From home movies to Homs at Birkbeck Cinema, London; Home Recordings, noshowspace, London, The Green Parrot, Barcelona; Crying in the ethnographic field recording, The Green Parrot, Barcelona; Anomalies & Non-representative Instances in the ethnographic field recording, Duke University, North Carolina; The Politics of the Inaudible, Open School East, London, Arnolfini, Bristol and Right to Silence, Rietveld Academie, Amsterdam.
David Nash was born is Cork, Ireland and graduated from University College Cork with a BA in English and French literature in 2007. Nash currently lives in London and completed an MA in Creative Writing at Goldsmiths in 2010, where he won the Pat Kavanagh Prize for an outstanding portfolio.