The next edition of my ‘sound across distance’ radio show airs on Sat Nov 25 at 6pm France time (10am in AZ) http://listen.camp
In 2021 I curated a film made as a co-production with IKLECTIK Arts in London, UK entitled ‘Experimental Arizona’. It featured 20+ artists from around the state who included sound as part of their artistic work. IKLECTIK is now facing eviction from its current location. It is a vitally important arts venue, not just for the local community but also for those interested in arts around the world. Find out more about efforts to save IKLECTIK: https://www.iklectik.org/saveiklectik
The next edition of my ‘sound across distance’ radio show airs on Saturday Oct 28 at 6pm France time (9am in AZ) http://listen.camp
photography from vic void’s bell garden in phoenix arizona during the spring of 2023. all photographs by jimmy peggie.
Colors in Film – a filmic version of the track from the album Limiting the Frame. Film by Rick Armstrong. Soundtrack by jimmy peggie & British Sports Car.
Scenes of Nostalgia – a filmic version of the track from the album Limiting the Frame.
Film by jimmy peggie. Soundtrack by jimmy peggie & British Sports Car.
A collaboration with UK based artist British Sports Car.
“Limiting the Frame is a sound project about film – and in particular about analog film. The two artists have an interest in all aspects of film making from the past and this collection of tracks are interpretations and reimaginations based on this joint interest.
It is also a project about nostalgia and memory – relating to both lost and found sound and visuals. A longing for past times and places via obsolete process and equipment.
Both artists worked with 8mm film in the 1970s/80s and 90s and have a continued interest to this day. With this in mind all album tracks have a filmic version available on YouTube.”
The next edition of my ‘sound across distance’ radio show airs on Saturday Sept 2nd at 6pm France time (9am in AZ). http://listen.camp/
I have a piece in Radiophrenia 2023 on Thursday Aug 30 at 12:30 -1pm (UK time)