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Join Miroslav Bukovsky, Rhys Butler and Richard Johnson for an evening of sound, reflecting on Elizabeth Newman’s exhibition Un-titled.

Reflecting on the colour field and freedom in Elizbeth Newman’s Un-titled exhibition this performance hints at blocks of sound colour, evolving palettes of timbre, minimalism, fractured splinters of free improvisation and compositional ideas, all combining in a trio of intersubjective organic praxis of sound.Performed by Miroslav Bukovsky: trumpet, Rhys Butler: alto sax and Richard Johnson: sop sax, bass clarinet

Image: Elizabeth Newman, Untitled, 2008, found object, 170 x 110 cm. Collection: Robert Buckingham and John Betts. Photo: Christian Capurro.

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