Thomas Ankersmit at HCMF

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Thomas Ankersmit at Bates Mill Blending Shed, 18 November 2019, free entry

Thomas Ankersmit presents Perceptual Geography, a constantly changing piece that exists especially for every space it’s performed in. Based on and honouring the legacy of sound artist Maryanne Amacher (on the 10th anniversary of her death), the music reflects her extreme leaps across the artistic spectrum, as well as her experimental philosophy. It sounds like nothing else, not even itself; focused on ‘aural architecture’ and ‘psychoacoustic phenomena’, it changes at the will of its venue.

Thomas Ankersmit at Bates Mill Blending Shed

18 November 2019 10:15 pm
Free entry

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