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Vicky Clarke

NOISE Orchestra

Maker of sound sculptures, electronic musician and co-founder of Noise Orchestra


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Noise Orchestra

Developing portable Noise Machines that respond to light to play cities

Vicky Clarke is a sound and visual artist working with handmade electronic instruments and sound sculpture. Her practice encompasses a range of audio formats, technologies, sound objects and archive material to create sound that explores noise, space and human -machine interaction. Recent performances include CTM Festival:Berlin, Manchester Central Library and HOME for CFCCA's Call & Response series and Waves around Edges a live composition responding to the Delia Derbyshire archive for Manchester After Hours at John Rylands Library.

Based in Manchester, she is one of Modul Project's emerging electronic musicians developing work with Brighter Sound and performing at Texture. Currently collaborating with Islington Mill artists for >Thread() a project using bio data and generative art pieces to create bespoke textiles.

She is co-founder of Noise Orchestra a project developing electronic Noise Machines that translate light into sound; undertaking international tech residencies at STEIM and Q-02. This summer ‘Journey Through the Mirror Pool’, a multi-channel sound installation opened at the National Science and Media Museum and are now developing portable synthesizers with Curated Place and Pervasive Media Studios for ENLIGHT: European Light Expression Network which will premier at Rome Media Art festival in 2018

website: http://www.vickyclarke.org/   and http://www.noiseorchestra.org/ 

twitter @vickyclarke_


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