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Jem Finer: Longplayer

Longplayer is a 1000-year-long musical composition. It began playing at midnight on 31 December 1999, and will continue to play without repetition until the last moment of 2999. Conceived and composed by Jem Finer, it can be heard online; through an app; and at listening posts around the world.

Sound Walks

Starting in the gardens/entrance of St Sidwell’s Community Centre, artist Laura Denning leads a tangled tour of the area, and finishing at TOPOS, where participants can view the ‘CANTEEN’ show at their leisure.

Sound Walks

Starting in the gardens/entrance of St Sidwell’s Community Centre, artist Laura Denning leads a tangled tour of the area, and finishing at TOPOS, where participants can view the ‘CANTEEN’ show at their leisure.

Shortplayer + Jem Finer in conversation

By adjusting the variables that control Longplayer, new compositions can be created that might last only a very short time. Composer-curator Emma Welton, with musicians from the University of Exeter, realises one of these compositions in a live setting. Followed by Longplayer artist Jem Finer in conversation with sound artist and broadcaster Alice Armstrong.

Sound Walks

Starting in the gardens/entrance of St Sidwell’s Community Centre, artist Laura Denning leads a tangled tour of the area, and finishing at TOPOS, where participants can view the ‘CANTEEN’ show at their leisure.

A Quiet Night In

A Quiet Night in has been putting on concerts of quiet contemporary music in Exeter since 2014. Join them for an evening that explores the creative possibilities of close listening, quiet and silence. Pay what you decide, on the door.

The EAR Show

Tune in for the sixth edition of the Exeter Art Radio (EAR) Show on Phonic FM. Join our presenters and guests as they discuss art practice, exhibitions and highlights from AWE. You can join in with the chat by calling or texting 01392 434577, by mentioning @phonicfm on Twitter or by leaving a message on Facebook.

Music installation

To celebrate CEDA’s 30th anniversary, sound artist Daisy Higman has worked with CEDA members to create a soundscape inspired by popular music of the last 30 years.