On spoken word and accessible tools

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My recent interview for Sound and Music’s New Voices development programme …

“I’m very interested in the ‘anterior states’ to language, or silence altogether.  And how verbal communication could be replaced by movement (disjointed or otherwise).  So much of the artistic process (applying for things, pitching ideas etc) is based on language, talking, describing. I’d love to see a system where physical presence, doing things, silent presentations were just as common.”

 

http://britishmusiccollection.org.uk/article/gemma-nash-spoken-word-and-accessible-tools