Run What Ya Brung

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Richard Windley’s Stroh guitar; Run What Ya Brung – If Wet #4. Photo: Pete Ashton

If Wet at Supersonic will be extending their usual Run What Ya Brung feature. In collaboration with Stryx, they will select people to show and tell by providing a platform for short, informal presentations of your sonic delights; The theme of the day is ‘Extraordinary Objects‘ you can bring anything along from a Stroh guitar you might’ve made yourself [pictured] to a dolls head theramin…

Call out: Due to anticipated demand we are running this as a call out, so if you fancy showing something for a few minutes in an informal setting then please pop us an email to discuss what you might present and we will be in touch  hello[at]ifwet.org.uk. Four artists will be selected by If Wet/MortonUnderwood to show work alongside artists selected by Stryx.

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Racket

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Stryx are delighted to present Racket, our first appearance at Supersonic Festival and afternoon feast of noise, experimental and live sonic art offerings from a diverse roster of sound artists who utilise extraordinary objects and techniques to inform their practice.
Serving up a taste of some of Manchester and Birminghams’ most exciting sound artists, the bill includes; Graham Dunning, Sarah Farmer, Manoli Moriaty , Rosanne Robertson , David Birchall , Debbie Sharp with many of them participating on Saturday’s If Wet Salon.

Racket will be taking place on Sunday 1 June from 2pm at Stryx (Unit 13, Minerva Works, Fazeley Street, Digbeth, Birmingham, B5 5RS) £4 entry on the door or £3 with Supersonic ticket.

www.stryx.co.uk
Stryx is an artist led studio, project and exhibition space in Digbeth, Birmingham.

Formed by Fine Art graduates in 2012, Stryx is formed of individual practitioners who work together to foster a diverse range of events, exhibitions and projects both in and outside their studio space. Furthermore, Stryx seeks to initiate and develop regional and national artistic collaborations in order to promote and strengthen an accessible and vibrant network of ideas and practices.

Stryx is run by Sophie Bullock, Aly Grimes, Karolina Korupczynska and Emma Leppington.

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