A new work available now £7 inc postage | Email or paypal directly to: firstname.lastname@example.org
(All proceeds go towards Another Space Reg Charity 1122304).
To coincide with a live performance that premiered the work on September 15th 2011 at St Mary’s Church, Windemere UK
a limited edition of 150 CD copies are now available.
‘Thought-provoking, beautifully subtle and deeply moving, this series of five compositions delicately weaves together the history of the past with the sounds of the present. Simply stunning.’ Cheryl Tipp, Wildlife Sounds Curator, British Library.
Mysterious watering plastic tubes grow at the foot of London trees and seem to be part of a secret underground network that connects the plants together.
In his radio piece ‘the hidden language of trees’, Gregory Whitehead imagines a conversation between a journalist and a scientist who would have found how trees communicate with each other. Listen to an extract of this beautiful piece:
Following the departure of Madeleine Aktypi last year, le hub has evolved into a new mind blooming collaboration taking off this spring. Madeleine developed le hub into an exciting reflection platform, hovering above contemporary arts and technology, hoovering up and exhaling exhilarating ideas. After three productive years of work with Thierry Coduys, and after she entirely created le hub’s website, she is en route to something new:
Flight from to platform status
Madeleine Aktypi Le hub Something new On-line En route
Antoine Bertin London Le hub Shoe Tone
Antoine Bertin has arrived at le hub. Antoine is a London-based artist and engineer specializing in sound. Through research and practice, he will put the work made at le hub in relation to the London art scene, sounding out the differences between listening to Johnny Hallyday and eating marmite on holiday.