A note from EartH about COVID-19

Upset The Rhythm presents… Ian William Craig

Where: Earth
11-17 Stoke Newington Rd Dalston London N16 8BH
19:30 - 23:00

Due to the Coronavirus outbreak this show is cancelled.

Sound artist, award-winning printmaker, classically-trained vocalist, writer, photographer, composer and performer, Ian William Craig currently resides in Vancouver.

His visual and sonic research has been exhibited and published internationally, and he has participated in various residencies and performances across his native Canada and beyond. Drawing out analogies between his dual practices of music and print-making, Ian’s work is deeply informed by a narrative of impermanence, “notions of life as an act of becoming, and beauty within degradation and deterioration – these have been kernels that I’ve been really drawn to, when I listen back to my compositions and I look at the art I create,­ there’s some kind of aesthetic drive or core that I seem to constantly orbit …­ these becoming forms and notions of decay and circling.”

Craig turned to his background in musical theatre, avant-classical orchestration and the choral tradition for his first two physical recordings, A Turn of Breath and Cradle for the Wanting, which were issued by Recital Program to critical acclaim. Centres, his latest album released on Fat Cat Records ‘130701’ imprint in the summer of 2016, was his breakthrough record as the static rises to the surface. It featured prominently in the end of year best of’s for Wire, The Quietus and Pitchfork amongst others.

Presented by Upset The Rhythm.

Our food pop-up, Shuk, will be open in EartH Kitchen from 18:00 to 21:30. Dishes focus on super fresh stuffed pitas and spicy skin-on fries inspired by chef Mark Jankel’s childhood memories of Tel Aviv’s vibrant, multicultural food markets. For more information on Shuk and the full menu, check out EartH Kitchen’s venue page. No booking required; walk-ins only.

This event is for over 18s only. No refunds will be issued for under 18s.