Olivier Castel, Josie Cockram, Hannah Dargavel-Leafe, Mary Hurrell
Monday 1 April 2019, 6:30pm
Bedford House Community Centre
35 Emerald Street, London WC1N 3QW
hmn is an evening event where artists, thinkers and workers from a range of backgrounds are each given up to seven minutes to present new work. Hmn aims to provide a simple, intimate and unique platform for testing what sound is and can be.
This sixteenth edition of hmn will feature Olivier Castel, Josie Cockram, Hannah Dargavel-Leafe and Mary Hurrell.
Each hmn event is free to attend and all are welcome. Space is limited, RSVP essential to firstname.lastname@example.org
Nearest transport: Russell Square or Holborn Underground stations; busses 19, 38, 55, 243
Info on participants:
Olivier Castel is an artist based in London. He usually presents work under heteronyms and has created over thirty different identities since 2001. Often using ephemeral or temporal forms he works primarily with projections, reflective surfaces, light, text and audio. oliviercastel.net
Josie Cockram is an artist based in Devon. She makes work with photographic print, moving image, sculpture and sound that embraces the peripheral and the incoherent. Works begin as recordings but there is slippage between imageness, objectness, sound and space that disrupts the language of documentation. She is co-founder of Aller Park Studios. josiecockram.com
Hannah Dargavel-Leafe is an artist based in London. Recent exhibitions include a solo exhibition at CAVE Gallery, Leeds (2018) and performances at the Whitechapel Gallery and IKLEKTIC, London. Releases include a cassette on Sacred Tapes and a vinyl out on Calling Cards Publishing. hannahdargavel-leafe.co.uk
Mary Hurrell is an interdisciplinary artist who works across performance, sound and sculpture. She explores forms of language and movement in relation to physical and psychological states. Recent works include Movement Study 6 (Maxxinna), The Bower, London (2018), and ちょう¬, Yamakiwa Gallery, Japan (2018). maryhurrell.com
hmn edition 17 will take place in summer 2019.