Keiko Yamamoto, founding member of OTOProjects, curates a series of concerts connecting Ikon, Centrala and the artistic community of Café OTO. Supported by The Estate of Barry Flanagan.
Seymour Wright performs an alto saxophone solo referencing a set of imaginary late-1960s Birmingham conditions and distortions including Emmy Bridgewater’s surrealism, Sun Ra, Neo-Classical architecture and the Staffordshire Hoard. Followed by listening and ambient DJ sets by Beatrice Dillon who has released music on Hessle Audio and Timedance. Part of Birmingham Weekender in Digbeth.
This event was off-site, taking place at Centrala, Minerva Works in Birmingham.