TUESDAY 06/03 – SUNDAY 18/03

AUDIOGRAFT 2018 presents


audiograft LAUNCH

 TUESDAY 06/03 6.30PM

OVADA 14A Osney Ln, Oxford OX1 1NJ

A first opportunity to experience the work of Kathy Hinde, Simon Blackmore and Sarah Hughes.

Live performances by Austin Sherlaw-Johnson and Kathy Hinde.


audiograft finissage event

SATURDAY 17/03 3 – 5PM

OVADA 14A Osney Ln, Oxford OX1 1NJ

Join us on Saturday for the final event of this year’s audiograft. Experience Simon Blackmore demonstrating the interactive possibilities of his installation followed by “to make miscible, this”, a site-specific sound performance by Felicity Rose Barrow & Samuel Rodgers.


EXHIBITIONS

OVADA
Kathy Hinde / Simon Blackmore / Sarah Hughes / Sally Ann McIntyre

LAUNCH // TUE 06/03 at 6.30PM

Exhibition Closes SUN 18/03

opening times THUR – SUN // 12 – 6PM

OVADA 14A Osney Ln, Oxford OX1 1NJ

RE-SOUNDING: a celebration of Fusion Arts and the East Oxford Community Centre
Gary Charles / Renzo Spiteri / Brigitte Hart / Sian Hutchings

OPENING // WED 07/03 at 5PM

Exhibition Closes 18/03

opening times THUR – SUN // 12 – 5PM

FUSION East Oxford Community Centre, Princes Street, Oxford, OX4 1DD


PERFORMANCES

WED 07/03, 7.30PM

Icebreaker: System Restart

Holywell Music Room

PWYD (Pay What You Decide) / BOOK your seat HERE

SAT 10/03, 5PM

Ensemble Studio6 (Richard Barrett & Milana Zarić)

Wesley Memorial Church

PWYD (Pay What You Decide) / BOOK your seat HERE.


Audiograft 2018 also marks the release of a double CD of interpretations of a graphic score by SARU practitioner Thomas Martin Nutt.

audiograft is curated by the Sonic Art Research Unit (SARU) at Oxford Brookes University and co-promoted by OCM.

audiograft is a PWYD (Pay What You Decide) festival


“An absolute treasure of a festival that Oxford’s more adventurous music lovers – and those with even a passing interest in the sounds of the world around us – should hold close to their hearts.” 

Nightshift

“audiograft is a place for experimenting and taking risks, both for artists and audiences, and as such it more than delivers.” 

Nathan Thomas, Fluid Radio

Here’s some footage from our archive –

Rie Nakajima’s set at the Old Fire Station in 2014:

And Arnaud Riviere from 2016: