November: Anna Clock
Anna Clock is a sound artist and composer based in London via Dublin, working across live music, theatre, film and installation. In her work she aims to create engaging live experiences that challenge audience/performer roles, encourage curiosity and imagination and inspire audiences to listen to their world in new ways.
Recent projects include: Forgotten Women podcasts (Peer Productions); Songlines (Hightide / Dugout theatre); This is a Blizzard by Flock Ensemble & Ana Brothers (Centre17); Spun by Rabiah Hussain (Arcola Theatre); REACTOR by Brad Birch (Artsed); The Moor by Catherine Lucie dir. Blythe Stewart (Old Red Lion); The Show by Rowland Hill (Slade School of Fine Art); [BLANK] by Alice Birch for NT Connections (Orange Tree Theatre & Lyric Hammersmith); CONSTELLATIONS (Vault Festival 2018); For The Fallen (Ballakerneen Studio Isle of Man); Sonic Fluidities (UC San Diego, March 2018); Devil in the Blue Dress (The Bunker); Maria (Omnibus Theatre); Hilda & Virginia by Maureen Duffy (Jermyn Street); Me & My Whale (Royal Exchange Theatre Manchester, Live Art Bistro Leeds); Continuity (Finborough Theatre); Water Bodies (LADA, Whitstable Biennale). She was resident artist at Harrow Libraries in association with SPINE Festival 2018.