Blind Plural: Artists in conversation. François Larini, Naifei Wu, Rodrigo B. Camacho. Wednesday 16th March 3 to 5pm

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Blind Plural: Artists in conversation. François Larini, Naifei Wu, Rodrigo B. Camacho, Sara Rodrigues (NME | Artistic Director) and Gabriele Cavallo (NME | Editorial Director)

Wednesday 16th of March from 3 to 5pm.

The third in a series of events connected to the exhibition ‘Blind Plural’, ‘Artists in conversation’ brings together some of the artists participating in the show for an open discussion taking as departure the title of the exhibition. The conversation will also include members of the New Music Ensemble, NME ( part of Rodrigo B. Camacho The Wolf Game: Death by Hyperstress)

The discussion will be opened to those attending on the second half of the event.

François Larini (b. Monaco 1975) is a London based curator and musician . His work encompasses field recordings, electronic improvisation, drones and archives balancing between personal narrative and ethnographic documents. A trained pianist, Larini also holds two postgraduate degrees in Social Anthropology and Human Ecology from Marseille and Geneva Universities. He is the cofounder of the label Bordille Records (London/Marseille).

Nai-fei Wu (b. Taiwan 1989) is a London based artist working in photography, video and installation, performance and other post-studio art practices. She is currently a postgraduate student in MA Fine Art program at Chelsea College of Arts. Centring around topics such as perception, subjectivity, translation and mediation, her practice focuses much on exploring the rationale which we employ to approach and understand the world.

Rodrigo B. Camacho (b. Funchal 1990) is a London based artistic director, composer, performer and performance designer.  He is the current artistic director, composer and performance designer for PLACE, As a practitioner and researcher Rodrigo’s interests are: acoustic instrumental and vocal music, improvisation, conceptual performance art, sonic art, phonography, politics and sociology, performative installation, experimental theatre, dance and choreography

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