Wednesday, 14 July 2010

WEEK 1: Phill Harding 'house' and Sound Walks


house by Phill Harding

From 14th to 18th July Phill Harding’s ‘house’(2000-2005) inhabits The Drawing Shed. This immersive, constantly changing sound installation is constructed from simple yet meticulously-staged domestic soundscapes. Recorded in houses devoid of human presence, the material focuses on the usually unnoticed sounds that surround us. Visitors are welcome everyday between 12-5pm to take some time to sit and listen inside the installation.


Phill Harding is a sonic artist based in the Pennine hills of West Yorkshire. Much of his current work involves the use of untreated (raw) location field recordings, with particular emphasis on the places we inhabit and the multiple resonances of architectural space.




To find out more about Harding’s practice visit:

www.phillharding.com

twitter.com/phillharding

myspace.com/phillharding

virb.com/phillharding


Image- ‘house’ (2005) at illuminate festival, Bradford


Sound Walks

On Sunday 18th July as part of World Listening Day Harding is leading a series of 3 different sound walks around -Leeds. Walks leave from PSL at 1pm, 2.30pm and 4pm and last for between 30 and 45 minutes.

To book call: 01138160122 or programmemanager@projectspaceleeds.org.uk

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