1. Vinyl dissonance for lost memories: a live rhythmical collage made of squeezed record crackle, analogue synthesizer, dubplates of field recordings, dusty shellac records and clumsily triggered drum machines.

    Graham dunning creates art in many formats but the common thread across all of his work is the use of found objects and sound.

    “My background is in experimental music and this continues into the art I make and how I go about it. I use experimentation and play as a main part of my making process. I also like to set myself restrictions for my projects similarly to the way scientific experiments are conducted. Noise – as unwanted sound like record crackle or tape hiss – often features in my work, and a visual equivalent in dirt, dust or decay. I often try and repeat a visual process with audio, and vice versa.

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  2. Artist Henry Collins' kinetic sound installation 'Creating Friction' at the De La Warr Pavilion's January 2014 edition of Dear Serge.

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  3. Avant-garde cellist, Anton Lukoszevieze, performs live at the De La Warr Pavilion as part of January's Dear Serge event.

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  4. Bela's solo performances are the stuff of legend: intense and exhilarating. Her command of her instrument and ability to attune to the uniqueness of the moment combine to produce music which is remarkably different and frequently spellbinding. For this performance Bela will perform a new and original piece in her usual unique improvised manner.

    Bela Emerson plays cello and tenor guitar and processes them through guitar pedals. She performs, records and tours solo and in collaboration with filmmakers, acrobats, dancers, actors and innumerable other musicians, has performed residencies at Sydney Opera House and Royal Festival Hall, as well as being recently commissioned by BBC Radio 3’s Late Junction for solo live broadcast from Latitude Festival.

    Bela Emerson performed at November 2013 edition of Dear Serge held at the De La Warr Pavilion.

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  5. Clare Whistler's "Do Buildings Have Memories?" was performed at De La Warr Pavilion's September edition of Dear Serge.

    The culmination of a six day durational performance forming an architecture response piece based on directions, people and memories of the De La Warr Pavilion. Follow Clare as she navigates the building, starting from the pavement of the South Terrace until ending up clockwise on the beach after a complete 360 degree journey around the grade one listed structure.

    The Violin was played live at Dear Serge by musician Joanna Lawrence.

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Our 1500 capacity auditorium and live programme attacts renowned musicians and performers from around the globe with icons such as Patti Smith, Laurie Anderson, Michael Nyman and Eddie Izzard. We are at the forefront of presenting and commissioning artists who cross the boundaries of art and music such as Mira Calix and UNKLE and including the Heritage Orchestra - the Pavilion's resident orchestra.

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