Colliding Lines present live sessions, cross-genre collaborations and left-field recordings drawn from the London, UK and international experimental scenes; a long-form love letter to recorded audio as soundtrack, as sound art and as storyteller.
This month we celebrate the release of H O M E, a new anthology of visual poetry featuring eleven collaborations between designers and poets. Graphic artists reinterpret the poets’ words into a new visual piece, created between the two mediums, so this month we started with the question: what makes meaningful design? Introducing some of our poets to their corresponding designers for the first time, the show features work by Nikki Marrone, Daisy Thurston-Gent, Iris Colomb and Wesley Freeman-Smith. The anthology is scored in an audio interpretation by Nick Murray, and we are joined by featured poet-musicians Antosh Wojcik and Aidan Baker – talking about Nadja’s new record Luminous Rot.
Colliding Lines airs on Resonance Extra on the third Thursday of every month, with listen back options for all of our shows on Mixcloud, Soundcloud, and wherever you get your podcasts.
Nikki Marrone & Nick Murray – Displaced
Wesley Freeman-Smith & Nick Murray – Ghost
Daisy Thurston-Gent & Nick Murray – A Hundred People Started Floating From The Windows of a Towerblock
Iris Colomb & Nick Murray – Soliflore
Foam – Don’t Look For Me
Gaze is Ghost – Murmuration (radio session)