Sound Recordist & Musician
Max Eastley is a long-standing friend of Cape Farewell having been on many of the Art/Science Expeditions and contributing to several exhibitions since the projects inception in 2001.
Max is an internationally recognised artist whose work combines kinetic sound sculptures and music into a unique art form. In 2000 he exhibited six installations at Sonic Boom at the Hayward Gallery, London and travelled to Japan to exhibit and perform with David Toop at ICC Tokyo. He was also a research fellow at Liverpool John Moores University. The previous year a permanent sculpture was installed at the Devils Glen, Co. Wicklow, Ireland.
In 2002 he exhibited at the Festival De Arte Sonoro, Mexico City, and was commissioned by the Siobhan Davies Dance to write music for the dance piece Plants and Ghosts which toured the UK.
In 2003 he exhibited a large scale sculpture for Art At The Centre, Reading in collaboration with sound engineer Dave Hunt, and performed with Victor Gama at the ICA London, as part of the Atlantic Waves festival of Portuguese Music.
His latest collaboration with David Toop: Doll Creature, was released in 2004. also in that year he exhibited an installation in Cologne, Germany. In 2005 he exhibited two installations in Ireland one in Dublin and an exterior work in Cork as part of the European City Of Culture celebrations and an installation in Riga, Latvia.
In 2007 he exhibited with Cape Farewell in Hamburg, Germany and performed ARCTIC at the planetarium. His latest work with the duo Spaceheads: A Very Long Way From Anywhere Else and the album with Martin Bates Songs Of Transformation were both released in May 2007. He also toured in a duo with Thomas Koner and performed solos in Rotterdam, Sardinia. He has recently completed an installation at the Metropole Gallery Folkestone.
Join us at the Gustav Metzger - Facing Extinction Conference at UCA Farnham, 7-8 June.
Hanna Tuulikki's piece performed on the Isle of Canna this Aug, before migrating to Tramway, Glasgow
Cape Farewell's summer at the Hay Festival, RSC, BBC Proms, Luminato and Southbank Centre.
Winners Nat Norland, Rachel Lewis, Denisa Vítová and Theo Lewis announced during Poetry International '14 at Southbank.
Don't miss Gaia Theory by Jonathan Dove at the Royal Albert Hall, 28 July.
Explore the Phytology site in the heart of East London, and freely harvest from the medicinal field. Open to the public every Friday and Saturday, until September 2014. Volunteers welcome.
Max Eastley 2005
"We sometimes think of nature as being slow, but we’re missing it all the time. It’s very, very fast."