Bach and Beyond
Posted on October 4, 2010
On Sunday 3 October 2010, Manchester Camerata and FutureEverything teamed up to bring Camerata’s Principal Cellist, Hannah Roberts and sound artist Andrew Deakin to create a live collaboration around the works of Bach.
|Manchester Camerata and FutureEverything team up to present Camerata’s principal cellist, Hannah Roberts, who is widely recognised as ‘one of the most outstanding cellists of her generation’, and sound artist Andrew Deakin in a live collaborative performance.
This kaleidoscopic production saw Hannah and Andrew explore Bach’s stunning unaccompanied Cello Suites.
This was followed by a hands-on workshop featuring The ArtCollider, a project that enabled artists around the world to collaborate in a globally networked studio.
Led by an international media artist, this workshop gave participants the chance to create audiovisual art projects from live VJing to visual programming with the Collider Infrastructure.
Meanwhile, remote participants can provide footage from different locations, as well as process (modify, remix, transform) footage created in the workshop.
|Sound Artist Andrew Deakin discusses his work and how it has developed over the years.|
|Andrew Deakin talks about the event at MadLab and the collaboration with Hannah Roberts.|