The Engine Room 2019 exhibition and events
The Engine Room 2019 will take place from 05 – 24 October 2019 at IKLECTIK Art Lab, London, and will showcase some of the selected works from The Engine Room Sound Art Competition. This year we will also be featuring a series of events in collaboration with IKLECTIK as celebration of their 5th Anniversary.
The Engine Room 2019 Exhibition: 5 – 24 October 2019, Exhibition Hours: 11 – 5pm (including Saturdays). Late Openings: Wednesdays 12 – 7pm. Free Entry.
UNLOCKING, YARD SIDE / GARDEN SIDE (Talk) – Saturday 5 October – doors 11am – start 11.30am | £5 SUGGESTED DONATION
RECORDING SESSIONS #11: KARLHEINZ STOCKHAUSEN (Talk + Listening session) – Saturday 5 October – doors 7.30pm – start 8pm | £6 adv
THE ENGINE ROOM: FINALISTS LIVE PERFORMANCES #1 (Live) – Wednesday 9 October | 8pm – 9pm | Free Entry
SILVER ROAD, MUCKLE MOUTH AND APOLOGIES IN ADVANCE IN LIP BAR (Live) – Friday 11 October – doors 7.30pm | £5 adv
SENSIBLE ANALYSIS OF IMAGE DATASETS THROUGH IMAGEJ (Workshop) – Saturday 12 October – 11am – 3pm | £20 / £15
SOLO FLUTE QUARTET (Live) – Saturday 12 October – doors 8pm – start 8.30pm | £8 adv
VIV CORRINGHAM: ‘SISTERS OF THE ZERO’ / DANIEL JAMES ROSS (Live) – Sunday 13 October – doors 6pm – start 6.30pm | £8 adv
THE ENGINE ROOM: FINALISTS LIVE PERFORMANCES #2 (Live) – Wednesday 16 October | 8pm – 9pm | Free Entry
ZAHRA MANI / PHIL MAGUIRE (Live) – Friday 18 October – doors 8pm – start 8.30pm | £8 adv
LISTENING AND FIELD RECORDING WORKSHOP WITH KATE CARR (Workshop) – Saturday 19 October – 11am – 1pm | £5
THE ENGINE ROOM LIVE: SCANNER / JO THOMAS (Live) – Saturday 19 October – doors 8pm – start 8.30pm | £10 adv
THE ENGINE ROOM LIVE FINISSAGE: HOWLROUND / MERKABA MACABRE / HANZO + xname (AV Live) – Thursday 24 October – doors 8pm – start 8.30pm | £8 adv
The Engine Room Record Label (TERM Records) launches with its first release TERM001: SAMPLING HOLST
The tracks on this compilation were selected from over seventy submissions to the ‘SAMPLING HOLST’ competition, which encouraged the creation of new electronic works in any genre or discipline, based on samples taken from ‘The Planets’ by Gustav Holst.
The competition, organised by The Engine Room, took place as part of Morley College London’s Festival of Arts and Culture, which celebrated the centenary of the premiere of the ground-breaking classical orchestral work ‘The Planets’ by Gustav Holst, Director of Music at Morley at the time.
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Released June 18, 2019
Produced by Camilo Salazar for TERM records
Mastered by George Hider at Morley Studios London
Special thanks to the selection panel: Jeff Mills, Gabriel Prokofiev, Astrud Steehouder and Max Reinhardt, as well as the London Schools Symphony Orchestra for providing the recording from which we have selected the source material. Thanks also to The Wire, SSL, ZBrush, Academia for the prize donations and IKLECTIK for their ongoing support.