He Also Took That Boat by Alma/Joe Ambrose will be featured in a forthcoming British festival of music created by pioneering plastic artists - Be Glad For The Song Has No End. The track, favourably reviewed in Art Monthly, had its first outing earlier this year in the London gallery show, Dead Fingers Talk – The Tape Experiments of William S. Burroughs.
Be Glad For The Song Has No End - A Festival of Artists' Music is a day of live musical performances, film screenings and events, set across three uniquely constructed stages in the grounds of Wysing Arts Centre in rural Cambridgeshire, organised and arranged by artist/musician Andy Holden.
Throughout the day artists will perform their music on the two outdoor stages whilst a program of films and performance that explore music from a more documentary or anthropological perspective take place in the cinema stage.
Artists involved in the festival include Archie Bronson Outfit, Luke Fowler, Turner Prize winner Martin Creed, Bob and Roberta Smith, Grubby Mitts, Sam Belinfante, Kim Gordon (Sonic Youth), and Jutta Koether. The festival is supported by Resonance 104.4FM, Lost Toys Records and The Wire magazine, and is made possible by the Paul Hamlyn Foundation and Arts Council England East. For further information on the festival, details of places to stay, transport, and to book tickets visit: www.wysingartscentre.org/news/ 201 + 44 1954 718 881