SONA Presents: Helena Celle and Slaylor Moonevent • 11 Nov 2021 7pm–9:30pm
Award-winning female sound collective SONA are presenting an immersive live sound experience against the backdrop of Permanent Distraction by Rafaël Rozendaal. The event has been produced by DINA in partnership with Site Gallery.
Featuring two stars of the live sound firmament, artists Helen Celle and Slaylor Moon, the event consists of 2 x 40min headphone sets. During these sets, the audience will lie on yoga mats within the space and enjoy the synergy between the live sound design and the continually changing projected images.
There will be a 30min tea and coffee break for reflection between sets.
If audience members have any mobility issues please let us know and we can provide a seated option.
Covid 19 information
Site Gallery and DINA would like to reassure you that we will be continuing to follow safety measures to protect and prioritise the safety and access of our staff, volunteers and visitors.
Therefore, the following measures remain in place for all visitors to the gallery and cafe and we ask you to abide by them:
Face coverings will be required for everyone over the age of 11 when visiting, unless exempt.
You should sanitise your hands when entering the building, and there will be hand sanitiser stations and clear signage throughout.
Social distancing measures continue to apply inside the building.
Please note that our reception has a small capacity and we may ask you to wait outside on arrival, so dress accordingly for the weather on the day.
Helena Celle is a Glaswegian artist and audio producer. She is concerned with the participatory representation of the imaginal through the organisation of sound, image and language, and currently produces an hour (or more) of original recordings for her patrons every month through an endeavour titled Outlet Archive.
Slaylor Moon (Sydney Koke) is a Canadian multidisciplinary artist and musician who shares her time between Strasbourg, France, Leeds, UK, and Calgary, Canada. Formerly a neuroscientist, her work is informed by themes of pattern detection, signal/noise, optics, and phenomenology. She is an advocate for neurodiversity and queer representation/expression in the arts. Her musical projects are highly diverse, and include abstract electronics, experimental dance music, and no wave.