7th-31st October. The Hidden Noise: Tinnitus and Art. An exhibition curated by Marie Thompson, Lucy Phillips and myself, with new work by Fern Thomas and Nina Thomas. OVADA.
15th April. A Talk about walking, and about tinnitus whilst walking. Walking Festival of Sound.
13th April – 9th June. On Vibration lecture series.
12th April Sonic Art Research Unit Visting Practitioner talk with Tom Tlalim and Matt Parker.
5th – 9th April. audiograft festival.
15th March. Sonic Art Research Unit Visting Practitioner talk with Nisha Ramayya and Matt Parker.
5th October. Playback of a panel discussion, with live Q & A, with Marie Thompson, John Drever and myself, as part of the British Tinnitus Association Conference.
30th April. Reading a new work, Long Shadows Before the First Star, via a Disonare live stream.
12th – 22nd March, audiograft festival, Oxford.
12th March, South London Gallery. Auraldiversities Chase talk, with Ingrid Plum and Stuart Wilding. The third in a series of three talks about a new work titled, To Suckle a Field of Monsters.
27th Feb, Foundling Museum. Auraldiversities Chase talk, with Josephine Dickinson and Richard Hamblyn. The second in a series of three talks about ecstasy, enstasy, the weather and electromagnetic frequencies.
13th Feb, Goldsmiths. Auraldiversities Chase talk, with Jon Drever. The first in a series of three talks about membranes, soft doors and speculative listening.
30th. Talk with Dr. Marie Thompson, concerning ‘Tinnitus, Auditory Knowledge and the Arts’, at the first Aural Diversity conference, Leicester University
22nd-27th. Residency with David Lacey at Capel Y Graig.
25th (closes 7th September). Group show at the Old Fire Station, Oxford. I’ll be showing Vocabulary, a new composition, and a realisation by Joseph Clayton Mills. Alongside Atlas, a score by Joseph Clayton Mills, and the first part of my ingoing realisation.
24th-28th. Solo residency at Capel Y Graig.
4th-11th. Open Studios at Oxford’s Old Fire Station as part of ‘Arts Week’.
21st-25th May. Marseille. Poetic Approaches to Silence. Exhibition of scores, including work by Jürg Frey, Evia-Maria Houben, and Catherine Lamb.
23rd. London. Cafe Oto. Launch of Azimuth. With Helen Frosi, Nisha Ramayya, Brigitte Hart, and Fourthland.
20th. Glasgow, Old Hairdressers. Duo for prepared loudspeakers with David Lacey.
Listening and its not exhibited at the International Notation Colloqiuim in Mexico City.
Recording walking and kettle drums with Clara de Asis
Residency with David Lacey at the Sirius Arts Centre in Covh, Ireland. Working on two versions of ‘Metre’, by Thomas Martin Nutt.
14th. Headington Hill Hall. Performing with Bruno Guastalla, Rebecca Lee, and Samuel Rodgers.
8th. The Shakespeare. Sheffield. Performing Joseph Clayton Mills’s Pieces for String with Ryoko Akama and Stephen Chase. Supporting Katelyn Clark and Isaiah Ceccarelli.
1st. House show in Sheffield with David Lacey, Samuel Rodgers, and Stephen Chase.
3rd. Ashmolean Museum. Oxford. Performing pieces by George Brecht, and as a duo, for open cd players and harmonium, with Paul Whitty.
24th. Modern Art Oxford. Performing three new commissions with The Set Ensemble, based on the works of Leonora Carrington. W/ Distractfold (Duo) / Jeph Jerman and Tim Barnes.
11th. Cheltenham. Residency at Hardwick Gallery with the Set Ensemble, rehearsing and performing Two Hundred Pieces of Music, by Lawrence Dunn.
3rd. Sound I’m Particular. Oxford, Old Fire Station. A talk entitled, Crowded Lithium.
10th. Oxford. Audiograft Festival. Duo performance with David Lacey.
11th. Oxford. Audiograft Festival. Dialogue with Ben Gwilliam.
5th. Aarhus. Where Were We, Art Writing Festival. Solo performance of Border.
21st. Ftarri Festival. Tokyo. Quartet performance of Border, by Rhodri Davies, Seiji Murayama, Tanaka YuYoshiko, Ko Ishikawa.
22nd. Ftarri Festival. Tokyo. Live soundtrack to Stephen Cornford’s Digital Audio Film, with Stephen Cornford and Madoka Kuono.
24th. Ftarri Shop. Tokyo. Solos, duos, trios, with Rhodri Davies and Takizawa Tomoe.
1st. FON Festival. Barrow-In-Furness. Solo snare drum performance.
20th. Café Oto, London. F.M.R.L. Responding to Daniela Cascella’s new publication on Zero Books, with Trevor Simmons.
24th/31st. Oxford. Residency at Oxford Brookes with David Lacey.
11th/15th. Grizedale. Culmination of We find the body difficult to speak, at Grizedale Forest with Sarah Hughes.
27th. Oxford. Septet performances of scores by Sarah Hughes, Joseph Clayton Mills, and Adam Sonderberg.
16th/20th. Grizedale. FIrst of a two part residency with Sarah Hughes.
15th. Nottingham Trent University. Talk about George Brecht’s Water Yam and Compost & Height at Live Lecture Series, with Sarah Hughes.
06.12.14. Q-O2, Brussels. Talk about George Brecht’s Water Yam and Compost & Height at the Winter School.
17.10.14. Primary Gallery, Nottingham. Responding to Edwin Burdis’ installation.
23-29.09.14. Grizedale, Lake District. Last of a 4 part residency with the Forestry Commission and Sound and Music.
11-14.09.14. OTO project space. residency with Sarah Hughes and Samuel Rodgers.
10.05.14. Apiary Studios. London. Duo with Seymour Wright. An all day event hosted by Hideous Porta.
15.05.14. Venue TBA. Caen, Normandy. Duo with David Lacey at the Interstice Festival.
12.02.14. Arnolfini Gallery. Bristol. A series of duo performances with Lee Patterson and Keith Rowe.
25.01.14. Arnolfini Gallery. Bristol. Writing sound symposium with Daniela Cascella, David Toop, Salome Voegelin, etc.
08.01.14. NOW now festival. Sydney. Australia. Exhibiting a series a pinhole composite prints. Alongside Sarah Hughes, Sally Ann Mcintyre, etc.
19.10.13. The Round Chapel. London.
Compost and Height and SARU present an evening of the music of Michael Pisaro & Makiko Nishikaze. Pieces performed will be July Mountain, Ricefall & Piano in Person 1
26.09.13. Lee Rosy’s. Nottingham.
A trio performance with Jack Harris and Samuel Rodgers.
13.09.13. Lee Rosy’s. Nottingham.
Patrick Farmer & Stephen Cornford. Yann Leguay. Greg Stuart.
12.09.13. Cafe Oto. London.
Duo with Stephen Cornford as part of the Consumer Waste tour with Yann Leguay and Samuel Rodgers/Greg Stuart duo.
11.09.13. Arnonfini. Bristol.
Patrick Farmer & Stephen Cornford. Yann Leguay. Dom Lash, Greg Stuart & Sam Rodgers.
10.09.13. Phoenix Gallery. Brighton.
Inaugural show of the Consumer Waste Tour. Patrick Farmer & Stephen Cornford. Yann Leguay. Dom Lash, Greg Stuart & Sam Rodger. Jack Harris, Dan Jones & Sam Rodgers.
09.09.13. Bloc Space. Sheffield.
Belated pictures of men release show with members of the Edges and Set Ensemble, plus David Lacey & Greg Stuart.
08.07.13 – 12.07.13. Oxford Brookes. Oxford.
Teaching as part of the Field recording Summer course.
28.06.13. Brussels. Tuned City Festival.
Performing, espace intervallaire, with Lisa Lapierre.
21.06.13. Brighton. Phoenix Gallery.
Loris. Angharad Davies, Sarah Hughes, Daniel Jones, Kostis Kilymis & myself perform, a tree is as complicated as is a word, by Patrick Farmer, and Sarah Hughes/Kostis Kilymis duo.
03.06.13. Oxford Brookes. Oxford.
Field recording symposium – can field recordings to change the world?
12.02.13. Machine Project. Los Angeles.
Playback of, pictures of men (excerpt), and a brief talk afterwards.