COS x London Contemporary Music Festival

The 2015 London Contemporary Music Festival, in partnership with COS, begins this weekend in the industrial surrounds of Central London’s Ambika P3. The vast subterranean venue will play host to a diverse programme, celebrating new experimental music and sound art from around the world. 

Presenting a diverse range of unique performances by emerging and established artists, each day is curated to a particular theme; from exploring the fringes of London’s music scene and reimagining opera to world premiere installations of oceanic recordings and a retrospective on the sounds of the American West Coast. 

To mark our support of the festival, we commissioned NOWNESS to create a film set to the music of selected artists from the programme. Directed by Leigh Johnson, The Jellyfish explores the experimental soundscapes of Pauline Oliveros, Ellen Fullman and Maggi Payne through the story of a cross-species friendship. 
Para celebrar nuestro apoyo al London Contemporary Music Festival de este año, hemos encargado a NOWNESS un corto que ilustre piezas de artistas seleccionados del programa del LCMF. The Jellyfish, dirigido por Leigh Johnson, explora el paisaje sonoro experimental de Pauline Oliveros, Ellen Fullman y Maggi Payne a través de la historia de una amistad que va más allá de las fronteras entre especies.
11–17 December 

Ambika P3 University of Westminster

35 Marylebone Road
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