Video – Stephen Carley
Song – bloodbare / Stephen Carley
Song recorded and mixed at 2 Fly Studios, Sheffield
Video edited by Jamie Salmon at The Cafeteria, Sheffield

Can you hear me now?

This video was made for the Disgust collection as part of the Can you hear me now? exhibition at the Derby Museum and Art gallery, running from 3rd February – 10th July 2012.

This is an ongoing collaborative project, working in conjunction with Andrea Hadley Johnson, 
Exhibitions Officer, Derby Museums and Art Gallery and artist Anna Mawby (annamawby.com).


The collaborative process also involves The Cafeteria design company (thecafeteria.co.uk), bloodbare, (a Sheffield alt rock band – bloodbare.bandcamp.com/track/can-you-hear-me-now), and the general public – an initial set of eight questions was asked via a suite of A5 postcards and twitter.
The responses received created the content and  the context, materials and process for Can you hear me now?

Twitter @c_y_h_m_n

Can you hear me now? incorporates key materials from stephen carley's recent 12X12 studio project.
stephencarley.co.uk/index.php?/project/g-plan/

Dust, ashes, water, wet clay, sand and chalk on blackboards as well as more recent ideas such as hand embossed wallpaper and sand cast lead text. Film, audio and various delicate flimsy structures feature as well.

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