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Tuesday, 23 August 2016


After our summer break, adcs is pleased to announce the welcome return of the founders of The Sound Projector magazine and comic artists/illustrators Ed Pinsent and Harley Richardson's drone/noise/improv project MYSTERY DICK.  Formed after the demise of the Pinsent/Pouncey collaboration PESTREPELLER, Mystery Dick take their electric guitar and Vox Continental experimentalism to spiritual heights.
Plus, London-based instrument builders and object manipulators YOAF, Tim Yates [The Long Half Day, Hackoustic] and Tom Fox [Vulpestruments] bring their work to Brighton for the first time, while Hákarl [Kev Nickells] and Paul Khimasia Morgan intend to reprise their improvised violin and chalk slate duo last seen in public back in 2013.

Performances will commence at 9pm and entry is by donation.  The Upper Salon, The Caroline of Brunswick, Ditchling Road, Brighton, UK.

Tuesday, 16 August 2016

Sunday, 17 July 2016


Distant Animals by Agata Urbaniak

Saturday, 18 June 2016

Monday, 23 May 2016

Friday, 8 April 2016

Landscape : Islands


aural detritus concert series 2016 will be presenting the following events:

Saturday 30th April  Paul Khimasia Morgan solo performance plus artists’ talks
8pm at The Ceramic House  FREE

Thursday 5th May  Paul Khimasia Morgan – a talk introducing the Landscape:Islands project
1pm – 2pm at the University of Brighton, Room G4, Grand Parade  FREE

Friday 6th May  Iris Garrelfs – a talk entitled Swallows and Amazons: a collaborative residency in the Lake District
1pm – 2pm at the University of Brighton, Room G4, Grand Parade  FREE

Friday 13th May  Brambling - a Headphone Concert
7:30pm  The Ceramic House  £7/6 concs on the door or in advance here:

Friday 20th May  Blanca Regina & Steve Beresford  “play” the entire ground floor of The Ceramic House
7:30pm  The Ceramic House  £7/6 concs on the door or in advance here:

Monday 23rd May  John Kannenberg – a talk on his practice  Echoes of an Exhibition: The Museum of Portable Sound
1pm – 2pm at the University of Brighton, Room G4, Grand Parade  FREE


Venues:
The Ceramic House, 75 Stanmer Villas, Brighton BN1 7HN

Room G4, University of Brighton, 68 Grand Parade, Brighton  BN2 0JY

Monday, 21 March 2016