CUTTER // NASH Promo Video

This February Gareth and I underwent a period of artistic mentorship delivered by two brilliant artists: Tim Spooner and Nwando Ebizie.

Funded through an Unlimited Micro Grant, the mentorship gave us opportunity to engage in critical self-reflection and refine strategies for future development.

During the mentoring, we took the opportunity to make a promo video filmed by Alex Mannion-Jones.

CUTTER // NASH Shortlisted

Gemma Nash & Gareth Cutter performing at Metal Liverpool
CUTTER // NASH performing at Liverpool Metal, DaDaFest 2018

Really so pleased that @gareth.c.cutter and myself have been shortlisted for an Unlimited Emerging Artist Award.  Quite the list to be alongside!

It’s been an amazing journey so far with the kind support of Metal Culture, Sound and Music, Arts Council England.

“The statistics don’t really do the breadth of ideas justice … there is more music and sound work to be found in the combined arts – with Encounter Productions’ Deaf Choir, Cutter and Nash’s exploration of myths and future possibilities of the (non-normative) voice through sound art and music.”

Read more here:

https://weareunlimited.org.uk/announcing-the-unlimited-shortlists/

Change Makers: Gareth Cutter & Gemma Nash

The word ‘huh’ written in chalk on a blackboard

Gareth Cutter and myself have been exploring voice in all its many guises: in classic literature (the Tower of Babel, Echo the nymph, The Little Mermaid), contemporary science and technology (for instance, Voice Banks where you can ‘donate’ your voice to someone without speech), and sociology (‘huh?’ as the only universal word shared across all cultures; dysfluency power). And we’ve been imagining what the voice might be like in the future, as above.

Read more here:

http://www.metalculture.com/artists-area/change-makers-gareth-cutter-gemma-nash/