creative conversations Impossible Architexture

3 Feb

Welcome to episode twelve of creative conversations. This week I’m having a break from my conversations to bring you a recording I made last year of the sound installation ‘Impossible Architexture’. This works was made by young people from Portland Rocks aided by local artists ivon oates and David Rogers, as part of a b-side encounter. It was a great installation in the The Brackenbury Centre, an old School Hall in Fortuneswell, Portland.

[audio http://www.archive.org/download/CreativeConversationsImpossibleArchitexture/12CreativeConversationsImpossibleArchitexture.mp3 |width=380]

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pic of blackboard

My audio recording follows my personal walk through of the spaces inside Brackenbury Centre. It gives you a taste of this installation, but in no way matches the experience of being in the space and hearing the installation live.

b-side encounter: www.b-side.org.uk/encounters.php

Brackenbury Centre before redecoration

Since this installation the Brackenbury Centre has been spruced up and is available for hire for a variety of cultural events, workshops, classes, exhibitions, markets, promotions etc at £8.50 per hour.

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    […] This week I’m having a break from my conversations to bring you a recording I made last year of the sound installation ‘Impossible Architexture’. This works was made by young people from Portland Rocks aided by local artists ivon oates and David Rogers, as part of a b-side encounter. https://creativedialog.wordpress.com/2012/02/03/creative-conversations-impossible-architexture/ […]

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