FORT PROCESS 2018
Tickets on the door will be £45
Free entry for children under 12
Fort Process is a one day sound art and music event that utilises the extraordinary resonant spaces of Newhaven Fort. This third edition of the festival will feature performances, installations, talks, workshops and live art, and is part of an extended season that runs from July to October with events at De La Warr Pavilion, Cafe Oto and Attenborough Centre for the Creative Arts.
RHYS CHATHAM (USA)
JEZ RILEY FRENCH & PHEOBE RILEY LAW (UK)
TETSUYA UMEDA (JP)
MAX EASTLEY (UK)
ALICE ELDRIDGE AND CHRIS KIEFER (UK)
JOBINA TINNEMANS (NL)
LOUISE MACKENZIE (UK)
ANA GUTIESZCA (MEX)
NIKO KARLSSON (FIN)
RITUAL EXTRA (FIN)
TASOS STAMOU (GR)
DIRK CAMPBELL (UK)
DAVID THOMAS BROUGHTON (UK)
NEW INTERPRETATIONS ORCHESTRA (UK)
URSULA DAMM (GER)
MARK ANDERSON (UK)
WELL HUNG GAME (UK)
BELL LUNGS (UK)
ADAM BASANTA (CAN)
VOCES CASTRUM (UK)
SILENCE BLOSSOMS (SWE)
JEPH VANGER (GR)
THE LARSENS (UK)
CECILE CHEVALIER + CHRIS KIEFER (FR)
LITTORAL TRANSMISSIONS (UK)
COPPER SOUNDS (UK)
DAN POWELL (UK)
JULIAN WEAVER (UK)
KIRA ZHIGALINA (UK)
BLANC SCEOL (UK)
JASON HOTCHKISS’ TESLA COIL ORGAN (UK)
GUODA DIRZYTE (LT)
An extended season that runs from July to October with events at De La Warr Pavilion, Hastings Art Museum, Cafe Oto, Attenborough Centre for the Creative Arts and many more venues.
JUL15: De La Warr Takeover
De La Warr Pavilion, Bexhill
JUL25: Tony Bevan, Paul Obermayer, Dominic Lash and Phillip Marks – a co-promotion with Safehouse Brighton.
AUG12: Splitting The Atom: Fort Process Special
The Green Door Store, Brighton
AUG18: Isnaj Dui, Merkaba Macabre, Clive Bell & David Ross + more tba
Cafe OTO, London
AUG19: Look Up Newhaven Urban Ramble, with Dr Cara Courage
Meet at Newhaven Town railway station at 11am.
A co-promotion with Newhaven Festival
Newhaven Festival website
SEP2: Talk: Max Eastley on Aeolian Phenomenon
Venue TBC, Newhaven
SEP6: Braindead Ensemble / Zeyn Mroueh / rdyer
Co-promotion with Spirit of Gravity
Green Door Store, Brighton
SEP8: Phill Niblock + Tim Shaw
Attenborough Centre for the Creative Arts, Falmer
SEP16: Talk: Dirk Campbell on Music & Dance in Remote Antiquity
Hastings Museum & Art Gallery, Hastings
Fort Process Dispersion @ Cafe Oto
18 AUGUST 2018 | TICKETS
Standing between neo-impressionism and electronica, Isnaj Dui (aka Katie English) conveys a minimal yet capturing sound using flutes, home-made dulcimers and electronics. As a classically trained flautist, English has also studied electroacoustic music, alternative tunings and Balinese gamelan and has collaborated with numerous artists from electronica acts to folk bands. Her material has appeared on a range of labels including Hibernate, Facture and Home Normal.
Merkaba Macabre is a multimedia project by Steven McInerney, an Australian born artist based in London. His practice ranges from audiovisual and musical performance, installation and experimental film & video works.
CLIVE BELL & DAVID ROSS
Clive Bell’s special interest lies with the shakuhachi (Japanese flute), khene (Thai mouth organ) and other East Asian wind instruments. He has travelled extensively in Japan (where he studied shakuhachi with the master Kohachiro Miyata), Thailand, Laos and Bali, researching music and meeting local practitioners. David Ross is a maker of bizarre rhythmic electronics and is reportedly the only musician to have composed an album entirely using an analogue synthesizer built into a kettle. Alongside these devises, he also plays more conventional instruments such as Jew’s harp, kalimba and kantele. As a duo they tenderly explore the points of harmony and contrast between their tools, resulting in beautifully strange improvised pieces of mystic reverence.
DANIEL W J MACKENZIE (DJ)
Under his real name and the alias Ekca Liena, Mackenzie is known for his emotionally and psychologically affecting music. This, his installation work and rare performances attempt to convey a sense of place, memory and expressive intensity on multitudinous levels. This approach is also incorporated into his activities as a curator and when tasked with the role of a DJ.
Phill Niblock + Tim Shaw
Attenborough Centre for the Creative Arts – Falmer
8 SEPTEMBER 2018 | TICKETS >>
As part of the expanded season around Fort Process festival, Lost Property present a rare live and extended audiovisual performance from Phill Niblock.
Niblock’s pioneering work in abstract music and media has inspired generations of artists worlds away from his home in the New York experimental scene. Poised somewhere between psychoacoustic sound studies and avant garde composition, his influence has carried through his early tape based work into the digital collages of more recent material.
Niblock’s distinct use of layered microtones creates otherworldly stretches of beguiling music, blending atmospheres found among
celebrated minimalist and ambient composers.
Tim Shaw is an artist investigating the interactive relationships between technology and space. These explorations manifest in
refined installations, performances and site specific interventions, occasionally in collaboration with other renowned practitioners.
LOST PROPERTY DJS
Members of Lost Property will be playing music in the bar around the live performances.
This event has been made possible through funding from Arts Council England and generous support from Attenborough Centre for the Creative Arts.
TICKETS AVAILABLE VIA ACCA BOX OFFICE >>
No booking fee!
This event forms part of Fort Process Dispersion, a season of events surrounding the third Fort Process festival of experimental music and sound art.
THE DAMPING WELLS
Listen to our new show on Totally Radio – including tracks by artists from previous and upcoming Fort Process line-ups.
T-SHIRTS AND TOTE BAGS
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