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Launching their debut album 'Mondegreen', on Peeler Records
Collectress have been described as a cross between the Elysian Quartet and the Brontė sisters when possessed (FoxyDigitalis.com). They are a quartet of long-term musical collaborators from London and Brighton.
With dynamic combinations of strings, keys, woodwind, found sounds and voices, they perform with a strong sense of narrative, drawing listeners into their distinctive world of experimental chamber music.
'...listening to them play I realised how music is present in so many objects and natural settings that we very rarely find the time to stop and appreciate it.' (SplitGigs)
Quinta (violin, viola, saw, keyboard, vocals)
Caroline Weeks (flute, vocals, guitar, keyboard)
Rebecca Waterworth (cello, keyboard, vocals)
Alice Eldridge (cello, custom software, field recordings, vocals)
Amy Dickson Artist Filmmaker
15', live performance, 2013
Using a thermochromic screen this piece explores the idea of light as the material substance of 'film': light's movement, flickering and informing time. Melting time flickers out leaving trace-line marks -a temporal document to the action.