Liz Tainsh: After Hitchcock

30 October - 1 November 2015 “There is no terror in the bang, only in the anticipation of it.” - Alfred Hitchcock. Liz Tainsh curates an interdisciplinary installation and performance celebrating Film Noir and Hitchcock.

'After Hitchcock ' exhibition by Liz Tainsh (Liz Tainsh Designs), photographic images inspired by the  films of Hitchcock.

Opening event:

After Hitchcock

Sonic performance by Klauterfauk (Tim Vincent-Smith, Atzi Muramatsu, and Graeme Miller).  Klauterfauk - Born out of a commission to accompany the dark and strange kinetic sculptures of Glasgow's Sharmanka exhibit earlier in 2015, Graeme Miller (Cracks in the Concrete), Atzi Muramatsu(Lipsync for a Lullaby) and Tim Vincent-Smith (S!nk) in forming Klauterfauk have quickly established a unique approach to sonic performance. Combining fragile melodies, distortion and perversion using harmonogram, guitar, cello, violin, saw, diddly bow and pentagong amongst other things they evoke a filmic soundscape ranging from quiet reflection to extreme violence.

Followed by  a work in progress " Give em enough rope - Hitchcock dissected by amateur pathologists " - Norman Silver & Cousin Mary (Mary Gapinski) plus a mystery guest....

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