Arika bring Seijiro Murayama and Eric La Casa to Glasgow for Uninstal

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  • 12 May 2010

Seijiro Murayama

The Arika-produced taster festival for Instal continues over the weekend with more experimental adventures in sound, including Eric La Casa and Jean-Luc Guionnet’s ‘House’, an exploration of soundscapes gathered from Glaswegian homes; ‘Used Sound’, concerning the philosophy of improvisation, and delivered by the philosophically- and musically-inclined trio of Guionnet, Ray Brassier, and Seijiro Murayama; and transgressive poetry/prose/music exhibition ‘What Is To Be Done?’ by Christian Bok, Craig Dworkin and JLIAT, which promises to push the boundaries and ‘exceed tradition’ in terms of thinking how we create music.

Tramway, Glasgow, until Sun 16 May. For more info see

Eric La Casa and Jean-Luc Guionnet

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Field recordings specialists present soundworks amassed from various Glaswegian homes. 'Part of Uninstal'.


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Radical, experimental explorations in music, art, performance, philosophy and poetry from Arika, as a prelude to the Instal festival this November. See for further details of individual performances.

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