Wild Learning – Sound and Vision

Join sound artist, musician and beatboxer Jason Singh for an exploration of pattern and repetition. Jason’s musical creations are produced by combining fragments of looped audio to create larger compositions and arrangements. He has recently transported this approach to the world of drawing, assembling small leaf structures into visual murmurations.

This workshop will test how these compositions, both aural and visual, could possibly work together, inspiring a conversation across disciplines. Participants will use sound sampling and visual loops, voices and elements of the surrounding woods.

Sudborough Green Lodge
Fermyn Woods
off Harley Way
Near Brigstock
NN14 3JD

Sunday 26 May
10am – 5pm

Please click here to book your place

A vegetarian lunch is included. Please come prepared with appropriate clothing and footware for outdoors.

For more information, contact Jessica at jessica@fermynwoods.org

Jason Singh is a composer, musician, sound artist, creative producer, facilitator and performer. His creative output includes unique live beatbox film scores, sound installations, sound design, collaborative experiments with ceramics, textiles and museum objects. He also vocally recreates birdsong and entire forestry environments and his environmental sound works have featured on the BBC programmes Pick of the Year, Imagine, Springwatch and CountryFile.

Important: As part of a continuing dedication to sustainability (see our Environmental Policy), Fermynwoods has committed to serving only vegetarian food at events and workshops, though participants are welcome to bring their own food if desired. Please state any additional dietary requirements when booking a place on the workshop.

Sound and Vision is a continuation of the Outdoor Institute of Art, a two-year programme conceived by Yasmin Canvin and run by Fermynwoods Contemporary Art. The Outdoor Institute is an alternative art school with discussions, skills and knowledge sharing events between artists, experts in relevant fields, the arts sector and members of the public.