Colliding Lines present live sessions, cross-genre collaborations and left-field recordings drawn from the London, UK and international experimental scenes; a long-form love letter to recorded audio as soundtrack, as sound art and as storyteller.
This month we celebrate the release of H O M E, a new anthology of visual poetry featuring eleven collaborations between designers and poets. Graphic artists reinterpret the poets’ words into a new visual piece, created between the two mediums, so this month we started with the question: what makes meaningful design? Introducing some of our poets to their corresponding designers for the first time, the show features work by Nikki Marrone, Daisy Thurston-Gent, Iris Colomb and Wesley Freeman-Smith. The anthology is scored in an audio interpretation by Nick Murray, and we are joined by featured poet-musicians Antosh Wojcik and Aidan Baker – talking about Nadja’s new record Luminous Rot.
Nikki Marrone & Nick Murray – Displaced
Wesley Freeman-Smith & Nick Murray – Ghost
Daisy Thurston-Gent & Nick Murray – A Hundred People Started Floating From The Windows of a Towerblock
Iris Colomb & Nick Murray – Soliflore
Foam – Don’t Look For Me
Gaze is Ghost – Murmuration (radio session)