Concert, Max Eastley and Robert Hampson
Location: Theater Kikker
Max Eastley and Robert Hampson come together for a concert, self composed by Eastley himself using his instrument called ‘The Arch’. Strings are strung in an arched wooden structure and played with an iron bow. Visual art and music come together in this improvised sound world with an original sound pattern.
Max Eastley― Artist
Max Eastley (1944) is a sculptor, musician and performer whose artwork is a unique combination of different kinds of artwork, themes of landscape and the natural environment being some of the more recurring ones in his works. His sculptures and installations also often include a rather strong element of sound, showcasing his extensive research on the relationship of chance to music, with the use of shadow projections, graphic scores and kinetic sound machines.
Robert Hampson― Artist
Robert Hampson (10th June 1965) is an English musician and composer. He started off as the guitarist in his band called 'Loop', which he cofounded in London in 1985. After Loop disbanded, Hampson formed the more experimental 'Main' with fellow Loop member Scott Dowson, releasing several albums and EPs on Beggars Banquet Records.