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NICK TANDAVANITJ gently pulled off the headphones, looked me straight after listening (to what you’re about to hear), and said quizzically, “it’s a bit ironic” (or at least that’s how I remember the conversation).

And I think I first met Nick, Matt Adams & Ju Row Farr — principal artists with UK’s Blast Theory — at the Banff New Media Institute (BNMI), in ahhh… 2010.

“The Banff Centre bar,” I said. Matt agreed it was a probability. Ju not so much “because I wasn’t there,” she said. There meaning Banff.

The BNMI’s thematic at the time was telepresence, which, given Ju’s recollection is somewhat ironic, since there is a matter of digital perception.

Blast Theory caught my ear for their audacity, and I said as much to Angus Leech, a colleague and former director of BNMI . “Yeah, they’re cool,” he recalled when I pinged him about a possible residency with the Brighton-based interdisciplinary collective.

“Go for it,” he advised.

So I did — the last week of July and much of August 2019 — I was the ‘resident alien’ from Canada.


from WRGO (what's really going on), released November 27, 2019
Don Hill (with Blast Theory)

Voices: Matt Adams, Lauren Burrows, Sarah Julia Clark, Ju Row Farr, Kizzie Furini, John Hunter, Dan Lamont, Nick Tandavanitj.


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