As Sound-Art Duo Bradley-Weaver, with Chris Weaver, solo and groups shows at Maraya Arts Centre, Sharjah and Tashkeel, Dubai, UAE. Artist commissions include Al Serkal Avenue, Art Dubai 2015 and Falgoosh Radio, an arts-radio installation at Art Dubai 2013-2014 that experiments in listening, discussion and broadcast formats. Talks and performances include Beirut Arts Centre, American University Dubai, University of the Arts London, Indus Valley School of Art and Architecture, REuse Kuwait, Habib University, Karachi and New York University Abu Dhabi. The limited edition artist-vinyl record, made with collaborator Chris Weaver is online at The Vinyl Factory, UK.
As a Quartet making electro-acoustic, experimental improv Oscillatorial Binnage, appearing in The Wire music magazine’s Under the Radar compilation release and performing at Cafe Oto, Wellcome Trust and more.
Composer and Improvising Performer
There’ve been a series of artist’s residencies such as an Embedded Residency for a cine film installation using on Iranian home movies from the 1970s, awarded by Sound and Music, the UK body for sound art and composition. Other residencies were with Chris Weaver and include the Lahore Biennial Foundation, New York University Abu Dhabi and Malja Studios, Bahrain.
What Doesn’t Decay, 2013. Cine-film Projection & Audio
I have been lucky enough to write for Oxford Handbooks, The Wire Magazine, Ibraaz, Canvas Magazine and Arte East. I’ve presented as an artist at academic conferences: Animal Utterances at Bristol University, LOMA at London College of Communication and At Suden Radio at Villa Romana, Florence.
On UK’s arts-radio station Resonance104.4FM, since 2004 a speech and experimental weekly music show about art and culture from the Middle East, North Africa and Asia on ‘Six Pillars‘. Since 2006 Bradley has researched experimental and fringe dance music genres for her weekly broadcast ‘Free Lab Radio’ on Resonance104.4FM. She has DJ’d in venues from museums (National Portrait Gallery, ICA London) to art galleries and international music festivals such as Glastonbury, Exit Festival – Serbia and Bestival. Before all this, I collected a gamut of great names in interview: Camila Batmanghelidjh, St John Simpson and Irvin Finkel both British Museum curators, Sheila Whittaker at the BFI, Yinka Shonibare, Charlie Dark, Acid Man, Mr Scruff, Egyptian Lover and many, many more.
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