The three artists have interdisciplinary practices that involve sonic approaches to language.
Camilla Nelson’s work explores the materiality of language – particularly in relation to the other-than-human – in soundwork and performance as well as page-based poetry and installation.
Nicola Woodham works with extended vocals, free-improvisation, sound poetry and noise. She also performs with a self-built, wireless, digital musical instrument that can be worn.
Emmanuelle Waeckerlé explores the materiality and musicality of language. She aims to deepen connections between interior and exterior landscapes through and beyond words.
This event, curated by Iris Colomb, resonates with the exciting development of the National Poetry Library’s growing sonic archive.