Free admission, reservations:…/slow-jumps-a-music…

Sunday Afternoon Music and Art

Meakin + Parsons 16 North Parade Avenue OXFORD OX2 6LX


A music performance by ‘Petite industrie éphémère’

(Dominic Lash, double bass & electric guitar, and Bruno Guastalla, cello, objects & electronics)

taking place at Meakin + Parsons x Hannah Payne gallery during:

Ham Darroch | Kestrel,

a solo exhibition of new geometric paintings by the Australian artist.

Performance will include the following pieces:

# Eliane Radigue: Occam XVII (2013-15) [developed in collaboration with the composer]
# Petite industrie éphémère: Slow jumps (2022)
# John Lely: The harmonics of real strings (2006/2013)
# Antoine Beuger: dedekind duos für zwei instrumente (2003)

More information about the musicians:

Ham Darroch | Kestrel

Exhibition 9 November – 1 December at Meakin + Parsons x Hannah Payne

About Ham Darroch

Ham Darroch is an Australian artist working in sculpture, performance and drawing. His sculptures are created from existing objects which are altered and redirected using colour to reveal new meanings. His paintings are inspired by the action of everyday objects. His imagery is universal evoking shared histories and experiences, place and perception while revealing a deep sensitivity to the optical effects of geometric colour. In early 2006, he completed an MFA (research) COFA UNSW and in 1997 a Bachelor of Arts from ANU. From 2006 he has worked as an assistant to Bridget Riley.

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