Late Works: LOOP

Concept

Four loops by four separate artists are simultaneously, continuously looped for 30 minutes. The loops are projected to surround a group of musicians, who then respond live to the loops with looping sound.

The process is then repeated again with as many sets of artists and musicians as you’d like.

Lexicon

/luːp/
• (noun) a structure, series, or process, the end of which is connected to the beginning.
• (verb) form (something) into a loop or loops; encircle.
• (in music) a repeating section of sound material.

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Specifics

• For the film loops:
- the entire loop must be silent,
- between 5 and 30 seconds long,
- and in 16:9 ratio (1920x1080) (but content doesn’t have to be full screen)

• The filmmakers have one week to create their loop.

• The content of the loop must be entirely original/created for the show (unless the artist’s process is rooted in the use of existing imagery).

• The setup of the projections depends on the room. As long as they fill the musicians field of vision it is ok.

• Musicians don’t have to use a loop pedal.

Credits

Artists:

Group 1:
Mathias Karl Gontard
Natalie Moutrey
Will Nicholls
Jake Vine

Group 2:
Felix Bayley-Higgins
Alice Bloomfield
Leo Douglas-Morris Benavides
Luis Jacobs


Musicians:

Group 1:
Finn Carter
Cy Worthington
Wyka

Group 2:
Cajm
Liam Noonan
GG Skips & Kit Mosely

Photographer:
Tyra Enchill

Concept:
Joseph Bradley Hill
& Felix Bayley-Higgins

Cy Worthington, Finn Carter & Wyka at Late Works: LOOP