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IMPORTANT EVENT UPDATE

Due to the continued spread of coronavirus and the impact it is having around the world, it is with regret that the decision has been taken to postpone Audiograft 2020. This has been a difficult choice to take, and follows discussions between Audiograft and its host venues, partners, and supporters.

As soon as conditions change, a new date for the festival will be announced and we look forward to welcoming you all then. Please look out for further announcements on the festival website www.audiograft.co.uk

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HEN OGLEDD / KATZ MULK / SIMON BLACKMORE / JACEK SMOLICKI / BETH SHEARSBY / PLUS MANY MORE

Audiograft 2020 and Modern Art Oxford present an evening of sound art and experimental composition across the galleries.

As part of the annual Audiograft festival, this event is hosted and curated by the Sonic Art Research Unit from Oxford Brookes University.

This event will feature installations in the Yard from sound artists, designers and researchers, and exciting performances in the Café and Basement from Hen OgleddSimon BlackmoreJacek Smolicki, and Beth Shearsby. Plus more to be announced!

In 2008 Felicity Ford and Paul Whitty set up a project called Sound Diaries with the aim of recording everyday life in sound. This year at Modern Art Oxford a number of artists from last year’s Sound Diaries Open Call will return to continue and exhibit their work.

Free, booking essential. BOOK HERE.

Audiograft

Audiograft is a festival of sound art and experimental composition hosted and curated by the Sonic Art Research Unit (SARU) a group of sound researchers and practitioners from the School of Arts at Oxford Brookes University. http://audiograft.co.uk/    

Sonic Art Research Unit

SARU is a research group that provides a forum for dialogue and exploration between the fields of experimental composition and sound art. It is situated in the School of Arts at Oxford Brookes University between the fields of Music and Fine Art. Areas of interest include electroacoustic and language based composition, interdisciplinary practices, field recording and auditory knowledge. SARU is bolstered by a community of practitioners and is home to audiograft, a festival of contemporary experimental music and sound art. https://www.sonicartresearch.co.uk