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Clay Gold


Clay Gold is a British sound recording artist with an interest in media and social cybernetics.

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.

The premiere for 'Parallelist' is set for June 16 2017 - Tickets and further information here


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:

Rosalind Fowler


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 since 2014. Ten short 16mm + sound films have been completed for projection-plus-5.1 audio at festivals and galleries in Europe and China. The film 'KIEL' was shown at Noordelijk Film Festival in Leeuwarden 2015. Death a Gogo (see below) was recently screened at Sanctuary - Mirror

"FESTIVAL INTERNACIONAL DE VIDEOARTE DE CAMAGÜEY" in Cuba also presented 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 here or 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.




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