Spike Island



Friday 21 February 2014, 8pm


£5, or see
Colston Hall for a £10 ticket to three Bristol New Music events that evening

Event type


Bristol-via-London duo Emptyset play a live gig in the gallery. Their immersive spatially informed electronic sounds and visuals are informed by Cevdet Erek’s exhibition.

Part of Bristol New Music

Book a joint ticket for Tarab Cuts, Emptyset and Klavikon, Roly Porter and Addison Groove for £10.75 incl. bf.

Emptyset is a Bristol based production project formed in 2005 by James Ginzburg and Paul Purgas. Working across performance, installation and the moving image the project examines the physical properties of sound, through electromagnetism, architecture and process based image making. Their work considers the legacy of analogue media reflecting upon Structural/Materialist art production and the territory between noise and music. Their recorded output includes the releases Recur and Collapsed for raster-noton as well as Medium, an expanded live recording in Woodchester Mansion in Gloucestershire. Emptyset have produced installations for Tate Britain and the Architecture Foundation in London, and presented live performances at CTM, Kunsthalle Zurich and Sonic Acts XIV.

Visit Emptyset's website