KPC Sound Mix is a sound artwork commissioned by Kinning Park Complex and Open Jar Collective for Broth Mix – a food-based project that will run in KPC for two weeks during Glasgow International Festival of Visual Art from 7th – 14th April 2014.
The sound artwork is a collage of field recordings, interviews, and music clips that presents a snapshot of KPC. The piece will be available on MP3 players with headphones at KPC during the two-week period and can be downloaded here at KPC Sound Mix.
Many thanks indeed to all the contributors!
Interviews and field recordings
Kinning Park Complex
Nicole’s dance class
Reuben Chesters – Locovore
Women’s cooking/gardening group
Drumming – Death Rattle/Tricky
Erin Scrutton (composer; drums/percussion)
Nichola Scrutton (drums/percussion)
Kirsty Ewing (drums/percussion)
Barbara Chalmers (drums/percussion)
Michelle Drumm (drums/percussion)
Luskentyre and Stevie Jones
Martin Douglas (tuba)
Sokobauno Puppet and Object Theatre
Shane Connolly (composer; reading; performance – accordian, percussion)
Stevie Jones (recording)
Alasdair Roberts (guitar)
Georgie McGeown (flute)
I am delighted to say that I have been commissioned by Kinning Park Complex and Open Jar Collective to create a sound artwork for Broth Mix – a food-based project that will run in KPC for two weeks during Glasgow International Festival of Visual Art 2014. I am gathering short recordings from past and current users of Kinning Park – more info here.