The Matter of the Soul

#ARCTIC #DISPERSAL #MIGRATION #MELTING #ICE #CULTURE #OCEANS #DIGITALLIFE #MUSIC #CLIMATECHANGE

The Matter of the Soul is a musical and sono-sculptural work exploring human empathy with the process of dispersal in the Arctic.

Premiere at Howard Assembly Rooms
Performing the Première of The Matter of the Soul | Symphony

Limited editions: BUY / DOWNLOAD from Kat Austen’s Bandcamp.

Exhibition

 

 

30th July to 17th August 2018
Part of Polar Encounters at:
Bonhams Art Gallery
London
W1, UK

More images available at nk productions on flickr.

Performance

The Matter of the Soul | Symphony was premièred at Howard Assembly Rooms, Opera North in Leeds.

concentration, an acid crystal immersion exploring changing acidity and salinity in our oceans as a consequence of climate change, premièred at Spektrum, Berlin in March 2018.

Past performances of The Matter of the Soul

2018

1st December – Symphony at the opening of Climate Hub by Greenpeace for COP24, Klub Królestwo, Katowice, Poland – with Kasia Witek and dancers

23rd October – Symphony premiere at Howard Assembly Rooms, Opera North, Leeds, UK  – with Matthew Bourne on piano and Alex Bonney on cornet

14th October – biphasic | The Matter of the Soul music video, Architecture and the Senses, Plasy Monastery, Czech Republic

8th September – biphasic | The Matter of the Soul at Headlands Center for the Arts, San Francisco,  2018

3rd September – biphasic and concentration | The Matter of the Soul at Music Tech Fest Lab opening, Reactor Hall 1, Stockholm, Sweden – with Servando Barreiro on video

28th June – concentration | The Matter of the Soul at Fusion Festival, Berlin

3rd March – concentration | The Matter of the Soul at Spektrum, Berlin – with Hiroshi Matoba on video

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