The National Sculpture Factory announces a new research residency with composer, director and sound designer Peter Power. Constructed as a form of mutual exploration this residency is designed to generate new relationships across disciplines within the NSF’s productive framework.
From Waterford and based in Cork, Power’s interests are in the collaborative creation of events using music as a non-linear narrative source. His passion for composition stems from a want to pursue what cultural theorist and Architectural critic Charles Jencks called ‘extreme emotional arousal’: to control the definition of time and to express a scale of idea beyond conversation through extraordinary contexts.
Peter’s most recent work includes The Same by Enda Walsh and Corcadorca (Composer/Sound Designer); fLux by Eat My Noise (Co-creator, Composer); Override by Stacey Gregg (Composer, Sound Designer); ProdiJIG: The Revolution by Cork Opera House (Music Supervisor, Composer, Sound Designer); Neon Western (Co-creator, Composer, Sound Designer); Thomas Kent by Lantern Productions (Composer, Sound Designer).
Peter’s research residency at the NSF will run into 2018.