* Open to UAL students and staff *
Gary Stewart is an artist and experimental sonic musician based in London, UK. With artist Trevor Mathison he is part of Dubmorphology who make art installations that examine the relationship between culture, history and technology. As Bantu he performs with Asian Dub Foundation bassist Aniruddha Das in the Dubnoiz Coalition exploring the outer limits of improvised bass, noise and distortion.
Formerly Head of Multimedia at Iniva, Institute of International Visual Arts between 1995 and 2011 he is currently Artist Associate at People's Palace Projects an arts organisation established at Queen Mary, University of London whose vision is to extend the understanding of the transformative powers of art to progress justice through individual, collective and institutional change.
Open to UAL students and staff, no booking required.
Lecture Theatre B, London College of Communication.
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CRiSAP & LCC Sound Arts Visiting Practitioners series 2015-16: weekly talks for current BA, MA and PhD students and staff across UAL.
Photo: Franklyn Rodgers