Shoe Factory Social Club
Tuesday 2nd July – Sunday 7th July
Electropixel #9 kicks off a series of concerts, exhibitions, discussions and workshops in Norwich, UK with an invitation to artists and musicians to participate in a workshop/ installation interpreting David Tudors’ sound installation Rainforest IV.
This first event will open to the public with an Exhibition that includes a performance of Rainforest IV on Thursday 4th July, followed by an evening of concerts and performances by musicians and artists from Nantes (France) and Norwich, on Friday the 5th July. Electropixel Norwich is in partnership with The Shoe Factory Social Club, Norwich and is co-curated with Oliver Payne (NNSAC).
The Shoe Factory Social Club
St. Mary’s Works, St. Mary’s Plain, Oak , Norwich, Norfolk NR3 3AF
☛ WORKSHOP: RAINFOREST IV – David Tudor
10:30-18:00 Tuesday 2nd – Thursday 4th July – £10(1 day)/£15(2 days)
☛ EXHIBITION OPENING
with a performance of Rainforest IV from Dime Ensemble, Orgone and musicians from Norwich.
18:30 Thursday 4th July – Free
☛ Visit the exhibition
11:00-18:00 Friday 5th to Sunday 7th July – Free
☛ CONCERTS AND PERFORMANCES – Evening co-curated with Oliver Payne (NNSAC)
19:00 Friday 5th July – £6
Events across several cities Electropixel International represents a series of events forming a network of action over a relatively long period (2 months), which proposes to engage different places across European cities, to present artistic forms in movement.
For this 9th edition, Apo33 plans to create an extended version of the festival in Nantes and elsewhere. Our desire today is to build a new approach to the festival in relation to the problems of our time :
• to participate in a greater decentralization of gallery spaces and arts venues
• to think and formalize new forms of propagation of artistic works.
• to transform the identified spaces into multiple nodal network for the diffusion of arts.
• to create new openings and crossroads for the artistic communities within which we work,
• to transcending geographical, technical and artistic boundaries.
Supported by CNC-Dicream