In Place of Fear

Richard James & R Seiliog
3 October – 9 November 2014


Musician/producer R. Seiliog (a.k.a.Robin Edwards) and musician/song-writer Richard James have collaborated to produce Sonic Clock Tower, a series of seven sound pieces bringing together field recordings from the city and audio from Aneurin Bevan speeches.  Cardiff Castle’s Clock Tower will ring with these new sounds each day throughout Cardiff Contemporary.

Supported by Chapter

Artist Profile 
Richard James was co-founder of seminal band Gorky’s Zygotic Mynci, and has since produced three solo albums with another release planned this year.

Along with writer John Williams, he leads on In Chapters - an arts-collective that stages multi-media events in Cardiff and festivals, and is Curator of Music for the celebrated Laugharne Weekend Festival.

James has written for television, live performance art projects, composed an original soundtrack for a commission based on the work of Dylan Thomas (with artist Anthony Shapland) and co-wrote and performed the music written for two Yuri Norstein animations. He recently put together two 90 minute programmes for London based art radio station Resonance FM, containing a mixture of composed works, collaborations, field recordings and sonic art. More information at www.inchapters.com

Robin Edwards, currently producing and performing under the alias R.Seiliog, relocated from Peniel, North Wales to Cardiff in 2003 to study Sonic Art at The Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama. He is a multi-instrumentalist who works creatively and intuitively with avant garde music, sound art and visual art through multiple disciplines, from composing  electronic and electroacoustic works for underwater performances as part of the 'WetSounds' European tour 2009/10 to recording and touring with popular bands, ensembles and collectives. R. Seiliog has recently released an EP & album with support from Peski Records, Turnstile Records and EPA Publishing.

Location
Cardiff Castle Clock Tower, Castle St, CF10 3RB

Performance
Saturday 4 October 2014
5pm

Sonic Transmission

5pm Daily