David Littler With Jason Singh And Yusra Warsama
22 March, 19:00
University of Ulster, Belfast.
‘sampler-cultureclash’ is an international collective of DJs, embroiderers, sound artists, textile designers, dancers, and more. It explores the connections between textiles and sound and the cultures of embroidery and DJ-ing.
‘sampler-cultureclash’ was commissioned to create this performance following two days spent at the University of Ulster, gathering sounds and images from the workshops, studios and machine rooms on the York Street campus. The piece will be created as part of the performance, using the material gathered over the residency.
David Littler is an artist, curator, educator and DJ, based in London. He was a freelance print textile designer and worked for a variety of couture fashion houses around the world.
Jason Singh is a multi-disciplinary artist, principally a human beatboxer and vocal sculptor. He has worked with the National Portrait Gallery, BFI, Glastonbury Festival, The Sage Gateshead and the BBC proms, to name but a few. He recently recorded a session for the Radio 3’s Late Junction and is currently the Sound Art Resident at the V&A.
Yusra Warsama is a performance poet and actor. She has worked alongside artists such as Morganics, Sista Native and Lemn Sissay, Don Letts, Skinnyman and Mad Flow. She is currently filming Savage, a new 4-part drama for BBC1.
More information and booking here: http://ulsterfestival.com/clash.html