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Time: 10.00am - 10.00pm
Venue: The Visconti Studio, Kingston Hill campus, Kingston Hill, Kingston upon Thames, Surrey KT2 7LB
Price: Registration Fee: 10am-5pm £10; 10am-10pm £20. Registered student concession: 10am-5pm £5; 10am-10pm £15
Kingston University's Visconti Studio and The Journal for Cultural Research present, a day exploring the art, innovative practice, cultural impact, creative musical and sonic legacy of Scott Walker, with Peter Walsh, Scott's long-term producer and collaborator.
The day focusses on Scott's late-period output from 1985's Climate of Hunter up to his final solo LPs 2012's Bish Bosch, work with other artists such as Sunn0))) (Soused, 2014) and with filmmaker Brady Corbet. There will be a screening of Stephen Kijak's 2006 documentary 30th Century Man, and a book launch of Scott Wilson's Scott Walker and the Song of the One-All-Alone (Bloomsbury, 2019). Listening space will be set up with sound equipment provided by Bowers & Wilkins, Chord Co. and Chord Electronics.
The evening event is an interview conversation between Pete Paphides and Peter Walsh, followed by an exclusive surround mix playback by Peter Walsh of 'Duet for One Voice' from Cocteau Voices (commissioned by the Royal Opera House, premiered in 2011).
With Peter Walsh, Pete Paphides, Eimear McBride, Rob Young, Charlie Blake, Sabeen Chaudhry, Malte Kobel, Adam Potts, Matt Selway.
Including a screening of the film ‘30th Century Man' (dir. Stephen Kijak, 2006), and a book launch of Scott Wilson's Scott Walker and the Song of the One-All-Alone (Bloomsbury, 2019).
Booking is essential to attend this event.
For further information about this event:
Contact: Leah Kardos
Directions to The Visconti Studio, Kingston Hill campus, Kingston Hill, Kingston upon Thames, Surrey KT2 7LB: