Kneeling Coats_Ryoko Akama+Anne-F Jacques_Andie Brown at the Making Space in Huddersfield Tuesday 14/11!

I am very pleased to announce that the Kneeling Coats have our first ever Huddersfield show on Tuesday 14th November at The Making Space, 21 Market Place, Huddersfield, HD1 2AX, United Kingdom.  We will be playing along with our friends Andie Brown and a duo of Ryoko Akama and Anne-F Jacques.

The Making Space is a beautiful new arts and makers space in Huddersfield, with studio and project space and open to all sorts of exciting things.  Hope you will join us.

The Making Space and ame introduces the first experimental music concert Upstairs @ 21 Market Place.
£4 on the door
Doors open at 19:30pm / starts at 20:00pm

ANDIE BROWN – glass and electronics

In 2007 Andie began performing and recording as a solo artist with glass and electronics under the name “These Feathers Have Plumes”, while also collaborating with a diverse range of artists, most often with Sharon Gal in the duo “Mami Wata”. She has recently moved from London to Yorkshire to begin her masters degree at Huddersfield University.


ANNE-F JACQUES & RYOKO AKAMA – objects and electronics

This collaboration of Canadian sound artist Anne-F Jacques and Ryoko Akama was only possible with the support of Algomech Festival 2017 (9-12th November) and this performance will be the follow-up to their residency at the festival.

Anne-F Jacques is a sound artist based in Montreal, Canada. She is interested in amplification, erratic sound reproduction devices and construction of various contraptions and idiosyncratic systems. Her particular focus is on low technology, trivial objects and unpolished sounds.

Ryoko Akama is a sound artist/composer/performer, who approaches listening situations that magnify silence, time and space and offer quiet temporal/spatial experiences. Her sound works employ small and fragile objects such as paper balloons and glass bottles, creating tiny occurrences that embody ‘almost nothing’ aesthetics.


KNEELING COATS – electronics

Kneeling Coats is a duo of Eleanor Cully and Jorge Boehringer who will show their rare ongoing project.

Door to St. Michaels and all Angels:
sunken track.
To reach gates and a fingerpost
square at the top, where stands the
Walk to the right of the waterside route
to the next corner monument.
Walk to the High Level
the handgate on the right and walk
right opposite the tourist.
Put your back to the churchyard.


The Underground Floor
Let’s build your touch contact microphone (piezo) workshop
by Yorkshire Sound Women
from 18:30 to 22:30
Please register as we are monitoring numbers (important for this workshop)
cutting cable, soldering it to connectors to create a touch contact (Piezo buzzer) microphone/speaker (like this).

You don’t need to have any prior knowledge of soldering, cutting cables or electronics. Just bring £3 so that we can cover the cost of the parts as you’ll be keeping your home made Piezo touch contact microphone.

The Middle Floor
an exhibition of proposals and work-in-progress from The Making Space co-operative’s autumn 2017 Prototyping Residency.


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