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Earsthetic

Earsthetic

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The brainchild of Brighton Dome and Brighton Festival’s music producer Laura Ducceschi, Earsthetic aims to provide a platform for art which straddles the sonic and the visual, presenting work in which – unlike traditional avenues for contemporary music – both elements are given equal weight. Now in its third year the mini-season has previously welcomed the likes of Peaches, Kele and Chicks on Speed.

Stepping aside from the typical music industry model, Earsthetic also aims to support the creation process, working with artists directly through The Works – which offers opportunities to develop artists’ ideas and concepts, understand their practice, take risks and give full attention to the detail of their presentation.

This year Earsthetic returns in its new November slot with an array of visual and sonic artists committed to pushing the boundaries of their chosen discipline. The line-up includes a new musical-performance project from CocoRosie’s Bianca Casady, a visually stunning show from cult performers The Tiger Lillies, a multi-sensory double bill from duo Sculpture and Alex Smoke with visual artist Florence To, immersive audio-visual installation SeaWomen by acclaimed artist Mikhail Karikis and contemporary musical theatre from vocalist and former Earsthetic and The Works artist Elaine Mitchener.

 

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