We're excited to announce our next Hackoustic Presents of 2018 with an incredible lineup of performances, installations and presentations. We will have talks and performances from Amy Cutler with Sylvia Hallett, YOAF and Rita Evans, along with installations from Giacomo Lepri and Vulpestruments.
Come along to a night of hacked sound - experimental performances, instruments and installations featuring some of the most exciting makers, musicians and artists in London. We're really excited about our lineup this month - we have another incredibly diverse array of artists performing and talking about their work, as well as some wonderful installations. The prolific and exciting Tim Murray-Browne will be talking about his installation work. We'll have performances from Mother Disorder who creates brooding electronica using contact mics attached to her body and Laurel Smith-Pardue who will be performing with her augmented violin as well as Stephen Shiell and Hannah White playing their beautiful hand-made acoustic instruments.
I’Klectik Art Lab, 20 Carlisle Lane, SE1 7LG Tickets from £5: Available here We’re excited to announce our first Hackoustic Presents of 2018 with an incredible lineup of performances, installations and presentations. We have the wonderful Gouda Dirzyte performing with hand-made electro-acoustic instruments, and the versatile and fascinating Ana Berkenhoff presenting instruments she’s made with Yuri Landmann, along with her own work. …
Our Creative Director Tom Fox ran the first of a series of instrument making workshops we have planned for this year.
We had an incredible time bringing the Hackoustic Village to We Are Robots, a four day festival at Old Truman Brewery in Brick Lane, dedicated to those that are propelling the future and innovation of music.
An evening of performances, talks, demonstrations, installations and mingling with some of London's top sound artists, builders, hackers and educators. We are very excited to have Kuljit Bhamra, one of the most inspiring and influential musicians, composers and record producers on the British Asian music scene. He'll be demonstrating his very exciting 'Evolution of the Tabla Drum'. We'll also have Dom Aversano playing hacked tunes on his amazing hang-drum and Jacob Harrison, currently studying for a PhD in accessible instrument design, showing his one-handed bass guitar.
An evening of performances, talks, demonstrations, installations and mingling with some of London's top sound artists, builders, hackers and educators.
This time we've got John Kelly and Gawain Hewitt with the Kellycaster, Jenn Kirby with repurposed controllers, Antosh Wojcik from the sound art duo Post Everything, along with installations by Nick Murray and Jen Haugan.
We had a fantastic evening at Machines Room with Johannes Lohbihler, founder of dadamachines, a Berlin-based studio making music machines accessible to everyone. They are ran a Kickstarter campaign for their first product automat toolkit which was 600% funded by the time of the showcase. Amazing work!
An evening of performances, talks, demonstrations, installations and mingling with some of London's top sound artists, builders, hackers and educators.This time we've got acoustic circuit bending, Memory Boxes to help people with dementia, levitation and manipulation of objects with sound, didgeridoos made out of toilet rolls and a completely new experimental system for mixing audio. You'll also have the chance to make your very own instrument for yourself! This is the third in the series, and the last two have been absolutely fantastic. Don't miss this one - you won't be disappointed!