Collaboration with composers Emily Hall and David Sheppard commissioned by London Sinfonietta
Based on the idea of a wind chime we developed a instrument measuring its own movement.
A exciting challenge to create a ‘machine’ with the ability to collect a variety of data, initiating layers of music, visuals and shadow projections.
Next performance 03.11.16 Iceland Airwaves
— natalia (@nfranklinpierce) September 28, 2016
I am currently working on a music reactive mobile, being played by composers Emily Hall and David Sheppard as part of the London Sinfonietta Short/ King’s Place – 28th September 2016 9AM
Inside and Out
From 16th July – 11th September 2016
New Brewery Arts, Cirencester, GL7 1JH
How does site alter our response to a work of art?
In this show, New Brewery Arts invites visitors to think about the nature of sculpture and its relationship with the space in which it resides.
Here sculpture and space work hand-in-hand as intertwined themes; the backdrop, or the negative space brings a new perspective to the pieces. Across our buildings, in our gallery, inside and out, this exhibition offers a trail around New Brewery Arts.
Incorporating a range of natural materials including wire, limestone, stone and slate, many of the works have a direct relationship to nature and bring an additional question to the surroundings in which we experience them.
‘Good On Paper’ Fringe Event – 28th August, 5pm at St. Laurence Church, Stroud GL5 1JL