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Creative Collective, Platform

Photo by Katy Dye
Stories of Easterhouse (photo: Katy Dye)

Stories of Easterhouse

As part of Made in Easterhouse at Platform Glasgow, I worked on the final stages of Stories of Easterhouse with the Creative Collective and Platform Associate Artist Katy Dye.

I recorded the stories, generated atmospheric backdrops through a creative sound workshop and composed the audio pieces for the final installation.

The map/sound installation is running through October/November 2016.

In Transit at CCA

In Transit at CCA
Zoe Strachan getting into mode during our set up for live broadcast of In Transit at CCA

For our Radiophrenia Live-to-Air collaborative commission Zoe Strachan and I devised In Transit. We performed the new work on 5th September at CCA Glasgow. Also in the event were the fabulous Resonance Radio Orchestra. Big thanks to Radiophrenia!

24 Stops broadcast

24 stops
24 Stops: written and performed by Sarah Tripp and composed for radio by Nichola Scrutton
24 Stops broadcast…

Radiophrenia is currently broadcasting 24 Stops. It is very exciting to hear the chimes as they were intended when originally created by Sarah Tripp. Furthermore,  Radiophrenia 2016 festival is a perfect setting to listen to them, every hour on the hour for 24 hours amongst such a wealth of radio and sound art…

Radiophrenia 2016

Radiophrenia

Radiophrenia 2016 Live-to-Air Commission

Over the summer I’m delighted to be collaborating  on a Radiophrenia 2016 commission with writer Zoë Strachan for a Live-to-Air performance.

The temporary radio station will broadcast from 29th August until 11th September 2016. Our live-to-air performance will take place on 5th September at the CCA in Glasgow.

Fine more details about all the commissions and performances at Radiophrenia.

Good Days Bad Days instal

Good Days Bad Days instal

Good Days Bad Days Instal

Following several months working with NERC’s six recovery cafes we are delighted to be presenting Good Days Bad Days sound installation at Platform Glasgow on 27th March.

Here’s a short excerpt LISTEN

This installation event brings to a close a research collaboration with Martin O’Connor that will feed into his Mark of the Beast poetry performance project at a future time.

Mark of the Beast dev

Mark of the Beast - Martin O\'Connor

I’m excited to be collaborating with Martin O’Connor to develop his latest poetry performance project Mark of the Beast – a work inspired by Glasgow and its relationship with alcohol and addiction.

From November 2015 – March 2016 we are working with participants from six recovery cafes in the north east of Glasgow (NERC – North East Recovery Community) to develop the work, which will be crafted into a sound installation at Platform at the end of March 2016.