Patrick Farmer

Contact: patrickwilliamfarmer@gmail.com

Publications

FORTHCOMING

 

Close Eclogues on Tiptoe, vol 1. A new book that is a response to ‘Mass’, an exhibition by Lotti V Closs. Published by Compost and Height

 


 

Bittern Space, a Siskin.

A commentary on some of my work, part of ‘Writing the Field’, published by Edinburgh University Press, curated by Will Montgomery and Stephen Benson.

Beyond Silence (a bell rings in an empty sky)

A gallery catalogue from a show by Danny McCarthy, to which Helen Frosi and I contributed a text titled, ‘Nine Skies’. 

Listening and its not

A series of realisations, published by SARU and Compost and Height, by Jeph Jerman, Amelia Ishmael, David Stent, Daniela Cascella, and others, responding to a text score.

Yew Grotesque

Written as part of a project with Forestry Commission England and Sound and Music

Published by SARU and Compost and Height

To find out more about this book, please see a recently published discussion, Brief Interludes into Tendency, with Mark Peter Wright, which also concerns his publication – Tasked To Hear, and Joseph Clayton Mill’s cogent response.

Brief Interludes

Joseph Clayton Mills

To Node and Undulate

A response to Daniela Cascella’s F.M.R.L. with Trevor Simmons 

Mumei

This Has Already Had A History

Part of a series of texts, curated by Compost and Height, of composers writing about their works. 

He was quite blank / He assured me 

Re-application of a talk I gave at a SARU symposium in Oxford, He was quite blank is a rumination on sleep in childhood, and is part of the second edition of the wonderful Reductive Journal, also featuring pieces by Jo Mills, Manfred Werder, etc.

The PDF also features a reading of this work.

Reductive Journal Two

Wild horses think of nothing else the sea .

Written during a 6 week walk of the Welsh Coast.

Published by SARU and Compost and Height

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O left ear.

A series of typewritten observations & drafts written in the alkaline marshland of the Fens.

Published by Henry Magazine.

Ones Crackling Skin to the Screaming Jowl.

Stemming from a walk of the welsh coast and interpretations of St Jerome reading in the landscape, a prolonged attempt at charming the amorous ear.

Published by Noch.

The observation of a star of a specific constellation. 

The first in a series of chance interpretations of objects and their geographies.

Published by Compost and Height.

Liner notes for Stefan Thut’s two strings and boxes

I was lucky enough to spend some time with Stefan at the Significant Landscapes festival in Oxford last November. I took part in a realisation of his score, seven and three boxes. The writing that accompanies this release was largely informed by this experience.

Published by Flexion Records.

try i    bark limited edition prints 

To coincide with the publication of my first book by Compost and Height and Organised Music from Thessaloniki I have designed 22 limited edition prints of pinhole photography and hand typed composites.

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try i    bark

Limited to an edition of 120, try i    bark is the result of Farmer’s stay in the Estonian parish of Mooste, where he was the MOKS artist in residence during summer 2011.

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