Electronic Voice Phenomena

Date: 25/05/2013 Times: 8pm Prices: £10 Location: Norwich Arts Centre

Enjoy an evening of spectral noise, sharp-witted poetry and a great deal of the unexpected with the Electronic Voice Phenomena.

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Come and immerse yourself in a night of otherworldly wonder inspired by Konstantin Raudive’s famous 1970’s experiments which divined voices in electronic interference.

Part séance, part avant-garde cabaret, Electronic Voice Phenomena channels themes of otherness, the profane and the divine and features: distorted poetry, spectral noise and psychedelic glitch from Liverpool band, Outfit; the wickedly funny spoken word artist Ross Sutherland mining The Crystal Maze for feedback loops and moments of Jungian synchronicity; sharp-witted poet Hannah Silva channeling ghostly utterances from the past and experimental writer SJ Fowler playing Electric Dada through reconfigured recordings of Klezmer and German erotica.

This evening will make the intangible tangible and the spectral real - book now for an evening of multi-media exploration.

Produced by Mercy and Penned in the Margins with funding from Arts Council England. Supported and presented by Writers’ Centre Norwich.

Visit the Electronic Voice Phenomena website.

Watch Ross’s documentary Every Rendition on a Broken Machine:

Watch Hannah Silva in Opposition:

Watch Outfit's ‘Two Islands’ music video:

Watch SJ Fowler & Ben Morris in We’re getting married in the morning:

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