Jan 30, 2011
angela

Artifacts

  • The painting is missing its sound, but it is not retrievable.
  • The audio recording is not the sound of the painting because the painting is seen all at once.
  • The two are divorced from one another.
  • The only way to associate sounds with the painting is to be there when it’s made, and hear the sounds for the marks as they’re being made.
  • The completed painting has no sound.
  • The two are related: the recorded sound and the complete painting.

From my reflective statement, written in 2011.

Jan 12, 2011
angela

TSC at the Noise Upstairs (Sheffield)

Takahashi’s Shellfish Concern at The Noise Upstairs – Sheffield. January 12, 2011

sheffield

91 x 151cm
In the collection of Mike Purton (Alice Purton‘s dad!)

Jan 1, 2011
angela

Designated

Fueled by antsy-ness and created to inspire to action. Based on true events.
Designated

Dec 21, 2010
angela

First Wave

Merry Christmas Rob.

first wave

Nov 25, 2010
angela

TSC at the NUStival

Takahashi’s Shellfish Concern at the NUStival. Manchester. November 25, 2010

TSC NUStival

The Innie and the Outie I was performed at NUStival in Manchester on Nov. 14, 2010.  It was the first time I strung a wire onto the canvas as part of the performance.

The night also included a performance from Domestic Violence, who are some very awesome and talented people. We went out for drinks afterward where we learned this fact, and had them crash at our house since they had to get  back in the morning. Tikul had this to say about our performance on her blog. I’m really glad she liked it!

“thanks to those guys who invited us we could perform on their noise event and see their project performance – Takahashi’s Shellfish Concern.. which i truly loved… while Rodrigo and Anton were creating amazing sound scapes on guitar pedal effects and iPad with various audio applications, Angela was harshly and sensually painting the canvas with water paint her hands and brushes.. and random objects [nails, string].. contact mikes were placed under the canvas so every motion she made was translated into sound.. all streams altogether changed into very clean and energetic clangour sonic journey… this act is ideally reflecting my idea of having sound/vision combined with physical movement..”