Monthly Archives: October 2016
Anicca premieres next week. Don’t miss this unique event! A work exploring cycles in sound, Anicca features a rotational instrument, multi-channel audio and a spinning lighting system. Inspired by the relationship between the cyclic and the transcendental in Hindu and Bhuddist thought. More info here!
The Guardian sings it’s praises of Matthias’ recent solo. “Matthias Schack-Arnott’s immersive, elemental Fault Traces is visually and sonically exquisite. Using subsonic frequencies and a plethora of organic materials, it evokes tectonic murmurings and the frenetic desiccation of shell, wood, stone and metal, giving way to the late, mechanised pound of heavy industry – the […]