Gold is a British sound recording artist with an
interest in social cybernetics. Recorded, performance and installation work considers the collection, application, destruction and preservation of information both in and away from the human mind.
In collaboration with alt-cellist singer songwriter Laura Moody Clay Gold is currently developing 'PARALLELIST', a piece of New Music Monodramatic Theatre, thanks to a residency with Open Space at Aldeburgh. This is due to premiere in 2017 - lots more information to follow!
Rosalind Fowler's film 'Tamesa', featuring a soundtrack by Clay Gold, was nominated in the Best Experimental category at London Short Film Festival 2015. Check out Rosalind's work here:
Clay Gold's composition 'BIAS' for the amazing MUSARC choir, created as part of the 'Sound & Music' Portfolio scheme, was performed at Christ Church, Spitalfields in December 2014. MUSARC Concert
Clay Gold at BRITISH MUSIC COLLECTION!
Art Collective müllZimmer have released a new book, 'Less Apparent Horizon', which features an extract from Clay Gold's forthcoming work 'The Orangeness of Spaces'. Clay Gold is a regular collaborator and improvisational performer with müllZimmer.
Clay Gold has been in collaboration with Filmgruppe Chaos from Germany for more than a year now. Ten short 16mm + sound films have been completed for projection-plus-5.1 at festivals and galleries in Europe and China. The film 'KIEL' is to be shown at Noordelijk Film Festival in Leeuwarden 2015. Death a Gogo (see below) will be screened at Sanctuary - Mirror
"FESTIVAL INTERNACIONAL DE VIDEOARTE DE CAMAGÜEY" in Cuba will also be presenting the short, "Shoot".
The book: 'Operation of a Complex Fuzzbox' is available to view online at ISSUU and a hardback copy can be purchased directly from the author. Contact
Clay Gold's multi-channel sound pieces use location recording, synthesis, Foley, worldizing and spot effects within a live performance context and are part of an exploration into actively collected, suppressed and promoted opinion; or censorship and propaganda.