SOUND AND VISION<br> 31.01.18


Sound and Vision: An immersive visual sound journey

Wednesday 31st January

7 – 9 PM

Core Clapton, 161 Northwold Road, Upper Clapton, E5 8RL

Under January’s final Full Moon we’re inviting you to join us for an evening bathing in sound and visuals, with musician and sound practitioner Simone Salvatici and visual artist Noriko Okaku.

Beginning with some grounding breath work,  you’ll be led through a sound journey by Simone, who’ll be cocooning you in ancient sonic frequencies, working with your bodies inner rhythms to encourage a deep meditation, nourishing you on a cellular level.

To add another dimension, we’ve collaborated with Noriko Okaku to create beautiful, immersive visuals. Inspired by our natural and sonic world, the projections swim through layers of colour and texture, taking your mind on a (visually) psychedelic experience.

As we spend a lot of the winter season under darkness this workshop aims to soften your body through your senses, encouraging you to experience your environment in a different way. Offering you a new perspective.

Hope to see you there…

Simone Salvatici

Simone Salvatici is a London based, multi-instrumentalist, composer, performer and sound therapist whose music has been often associated with the minimalist, ambient, drone genre.

His projects are characterised by the disclosing of contrasting elements such as movement and stillness, acoustic and processed sounds, melodies rising out of the drones and return to them, activation and contemplation, resulting in a fragile balance between two polarities continuously redefining time and space.

Simone has been collaborating with filmmakers, directors and visual artists and  performed in venue such as Tate Modern, Sadlers Wells Theatre, Cafe Oto, Centre of Contemporary Art Glasgow as well as holding regular gong meditations in London and abroad.

Noriko Okaku

Noriko lives and works in London. She produces work in animated video, drawing, sculpture and audio/visual live performance. 

Her work in various media often retains a collage art element. She borrows, adopts, copies and recycles existing images to explore the diverse avenues of perception. 

Noriko’s work and performances have been shown in galleries across the world, mainly London and Tokyo. She regularly collaborates with other artists, designers and musicians, giving her work multi-layered dimensions.

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