An evening of experimental sound from Eiliyas and Ella Kay!
Join these two exciting sound artists in the intimate, industrial setting of Metal at Edge Hill Station in Liverpool.
Eiliyas is a Macon-born, Atlanta-bred, Berlin-based artist working with music, sound design, creative writing and conceptual art. Sound, video, synchronicity, broken technology, idealism, pen, paper, pencil, ink, song, simplicity, layers, life, environment and others are just some of the tools that Eiliyas uses to execute his artistic endeavours.
Ella Kay is an electroacoustic composer, sound artist, and saxophonist who aims to draw attention to important cultural topics through sound. Focusing on fixed media acousmatic works, she aims to explore the intricacies of sound and humanity through a variety of auditory experiences.
When and Where
Monday 26 September from 7pm
Metal at Edge Hill Station (Tunnel Road, Liverpool, L7 6ND). You can find travel information and directions on Metal’s website.
In Liverpool, Metal work from the iconic buildings of Edge Hill Station, the oldest active passenger railway station in the world. The original 1830s buildings now serve as a cultural and creative hub for artists and the surrounding neighbourhoods, carrying on the building’s proud history of innovation and creativity.
Metal produces an exciting programme of international/UK artists in residence, artist development labs, eclectic dinners, plus a wide range of social events, education programmes and creative projects, all designed to encourage the participation of local people and communities.