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4: OOMK

7/10/2018
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Introducing Somerset House Studios residents OOMK (One of my Kind), an art publishing collective run by Sofia Niazi, Rose Nordin and Heiba Lamara. Founded in 2016, the trio publishes a biannual zine focussed on women, art and activism and curate and programme publishing events exploring the role of arts in social practice, alternative education and centring marginalised voices through print. In July 2018, OOMK co-curate PROCESS!, a new two-day print publishing festival interrogating the...

Duration:00:17:48

1: The Listening Party: Nabihah Iqbal

6/29/2018
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London-based musician Nabihah Iqbal joined Imran Perretta for the second event in the Listening Party series. Curated by Somerset House Studios resident Imran Perretta, the series brings together an array of artists and musicians, each exploring the unique sonic and visual cultures that underpin their practice. The artists will explore their deepest cuts, from music videos obsessions to unreleased album tracks, each meditating on the influences that have shaped their identity and their...

Duration:00:43:31

3: Open Your Palm, Feel the Dust Settling There - Episode 3

6/18/2018
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Episode 3 of ‘Open Your Palm, Feel the Dust Settling There’ - a new three-part audio work by artist and Savage Messiah author Laura Grace Ford, generated by psychogeographic walks – drifts – through the Latimer Road, Hammersmith and White City areas of West London. Ford lives in a social housing block where concerns persist about the safety of cladding. Post-Grenfell, narratives were imposed and voices were excluded. Drifts through living rooms, abandoned buildings, and back rooms of pubs...

Duration:00:16:05

2: Open Your Palm, Feel The Dust Settling There - Episode 2

6/18/2018
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‘Open Your Palm, Feel the Dust Settling There’ - a new three-part audio work by artist and Savage Messiah author Laura Grace Ford, generated by psychogeographic walks – drifts – through the Latimer Road, Hammersmith and White City areas of West London. The series reconnects Ford with the counter-narratives of Latimer Road by walking with a personal network of squatters, activists and soundsystems, as well as friends made during a decade of public sector work in the area. In 2005, Ford...

Duration:00:13:30

1: Open Your Palm, Feel the Dust Settling There - Episode 1

6/18/2018
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A new three-part audio work by artist and Savage Messiah author Laura Grace Ford, generated by psychogeographic walks – drifts – through the Latimer Road, Hammersmith and White City areas of West London. Comprised of a conflation of spoken text and sound collage, Open Your Palm is an audio work responding to the psychic and emotional contours of the city. Made from field recordings and fragments of found music, the spectral sectors of the city permeate its three episodes. The channelling...

Duration:00:14:29