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Tara Pattenden is an artist, musician and maker of electronic noise
instruments. For the past 5 years she has been working with soft
circuitry to create interfaces for audio electronics that manipulate
sound through touch and movement. She will be presenting and
discussing some of her creations.

As Phantom Chips she performs with an array of home made electronic
instruments, samplers and wearable noisemakers. Concocting rhythms
from manipulated found and recorded sounds Phantom Chips invites the
audience to wear and play her costumes and join in with the audio. The
costumes create sound through movement and allow audience members to
experiment with a brand-new form of musical expression. The
deliberately clumsy and awkward interfaces invite playfulness and
improvisation.

Australian-born Tara Pattenden works in the field of analog
electronics, noise performance and soft circuitry. She has been making
interactive noise and mess for over 15 years performing with kunt,
monster zoku onsomb and various other collaborators.

Eventbrite - Tara Pattenden - artist talk at 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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