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Gawain Hewitt will share two of his pieces “Forest of London” – an audio sculpture made of steel, wood and gold leaf, and ‘Conversations’, a photograph/conductive thread piece as part of talk and discussion about his work, the inspiration of place and the tranformative power of sound in art.

Additionally he will touch on his other works, including installations for The Royal Albert Hall, and a large sonic quilt he is making with Stewart Francis Easton for a Tithe Barn in Somerset at the moment.

Presently Gawain makes his work using Raspberry Pi, Pure Data, Arduino, Touchboard, Makey Makey and various conductive materials. Recordings are made with a variety of mics and a sound devices preamp/converter into an Edirol R4 and the technical side of his work will be demonstrated and discussed also!

Gawain Hewitt is a musician, sound artist and educator, he is head of R&D for Drake Music and a frequent collaborator with Music Hackspace.

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This programme is supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England.

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