Le Sirenuse selected for RSA Open Exhibition

Le Sirenuse selected for RSA Open Exhibition

Published: 30/11/2015

Congratulations to Alistair MacDonald, Lecturer in Creative and Contextual Studies, for his collaborative project Le Sirenuse being selected as part of the Royal Scottish Academy’s Open Exhibition.

Le Sirenuse is a filmed performance piece featuring glass percussion and electroacoustic sounds and was created by Alistair, percussionist Stu Brown, film-maker Rob Page and Carrie Fertig, a glass artist based in Edinburgh. Alistair completed this piece as part of his Athenaeum sabbatical where he exploredaspects of improvisation and composition using live electronics in a number of collaborative projects

The piece, Le Sirenuse is one of these collaborative projects, creating a live performance piece made expressly for film.

Photo credit: Kunstsammlungen der Veste Coburg (Lutz Naumann)

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