On spoken word and accessible tools

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

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