This revised version looks back at the original Cable Veins (2016). I returned to focus more on the movement, the sound heard. Reduced to its simplest form.
piano and electronics
Cable Veins was conceived after two moments: 1) watching a dancer/non-pianist playing across a piano before a rehearsal at Centre national de la danse, and 2) whilst taking a cable car ride. What struck me in both instances was the amount of movement seen verses the sounds heard; both the dancer and the whirring cogs of the machine making sound yet producing a more intricate movement. This was a quality I wanted to investigate, to create a gesture, which in turn would create the sound.
All in a meditative state.
23/10/20 Yshani Perinpanayagam @Music Department, University of Sheffield
22/10/20 Yshani Perinpanayagam @Music Department, University of York
16/10/20 Yshani Perinpanayagam @Barber Institute of Art, University of Birmingham
05/05/20 Sarah Elise Thompson @IG live-stream, Sydney Australia
01/05/20 Yshani Perinpanayagam @Deptford Town Hall Goldsmiths University of London - POSTPONED
21/04/20 Yshani Perinpanayagam @Royal Birmingham Conservatoire - POSTPONED
17/04/20 Yshani Perinpanayagam @Emmanuel College Cambridge - POSTPONED
29/02/20 Jelena Makarova @St Peter's Church, Nottingham
08/06/18 Sarah Westwood @OVADA Art Gallery, Oxford
11/01/17 Sarah Westwood @Estalagem Lounge, Madeira
WP: 18/09/16 Sarah Westwood @ at St John’s Smith Square, London
Sarah Westwood, plays Cable Veins (2016) at St John's Smith Square