NAPALM DEATH/Keith Harrison Collaboration To Be Streamed Live This Friday

Wednesday, 27th November 2013

The new live collaboration between NAPALM DEATH and KEITH HARRISON, under the name Bustleholme, has been announced for Friday, November 29th. Initially created for the V&A, this explosive performance has been given a new life in the Modernist setting of the De La Warr Pavilion.

This groundbreaking project will see the band come together with ceramicist Keith Harrison, to depict and destroy a custom-built installation during a one-off live performance. Expect no limitations imposed upon what will no doubt be one of the most important events of the cultural calendar.

The band will play a special live set through an experimental sculptural sound system constructed by Harrison. Clad with blue and yellow ceramic tiles, the raw, uncompromising energy of NAPALM DEATH’s music will activate a set of three specially created ceramic sound systems, which will disintegrate as the performance progresses.

This event will be streamed live on Friday, November 29th, beginning at 7 PM at this location.

Artist Keith Harrison was Ceramics Resident at the V&A from October 2012 to March 2013. Harrison’s work explores the potential for the direct physical transformation of clay using industrial and domestic electrical systems in a series of time-based public events. These treat the clay in seemingly inappropriate ways, applied directly onto electrical equipment or other host objects. The resulting works are willfully idealistic and impractical attempts to permanently change the properties of the material, or to produce a sensory alteration such as the generation or modulation of sound.

This will be a very special and exclusive event you definitely should not miss.