Philip Venables

Tag: Installation

Venables plays Bach

8 October 2021

This is the catalogue page for Venables plays Bach. Venables plays Bach is a 42-channel looping sound installation commissioned by Festival d’Automne à Paris for their 2021 Festival, installed in l’Église de Saint Eustache. My introduction Twenty-five years ago, I…

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Venables plays Bach announced at Festival d’Automne à Paris

12 August 2021

I will be making a brand new 42-speaker sound installation at the Church of Saint Eustache in Paris as part of this years Festival d’Automne à Paris. The installation, Venables plays Bach, explores my relationship with J.S. Bach’s Little Prelude…

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Illusions – collaboration with David Hoyle

11 May 2015

I’m delighted to have been able to contribute to the London Sinfonietta‘s Notes to the New Government on Saturday at the Southbank Centre.  David Hoyle and I worked on an ‘in-yer-face’ piece called Illusions which was based on the message: democracy is an…

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Contrasts in Space // video: Sebastian Schmidt

Contrasts in Space (video)

20 December 2011

Contrasts in Space was screened at the British Film Institute on 1st December, alongside the premiere of my new soundtrack for it, featuring tape and live viola. Ensemble Amorpha were performing. Contrasts in Space is a black and white film by Sebastian…

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