P J E Davy (b. 1981) is a London-based audio-visual artist, composer, and performer of experimental music. His work focuses on sound & light installations, generative audio-visual compositions, his ‘space-time transition’ experimental music, and live improvised audio-visual performances. Since experimenting with sampling and music production programming from the age of 14, he has had numerous releases and featured on renowned UK progressive house label Renaissance, been the recipient of the South UK’s Vinyl Meltdown award, and received BBC Radio 1 Essential Mix airplay of various compositions. His practice now negotiates disciplines and media, communicating concepts and sensory experiences through concerns of the intersection of technology and society. His live audio-visual improvisations have been performed along the south coast of the UK, with DJ performances and residencies held across the UK, and Europe. In my recent work, I have been concerned with the increasing digitisation of our lives, the effects of the internet on relationships, and our relationship with the internet, itself. Using the ‘pure’ human voice as source material, provides clear communication of concepts of social digitisation through digital audio manipulation of sound through time and space. My work articulates questions about the relationships between each other, society, and with the technologies that infiltrate our daily lives, often mediating personal relationships and transforming the socio-political dynamics of the world. Through conceptual audiovisual installation art, I present immersive experiences that challenge the perceptions of accepted routines, bringing people together into spaces to contemplate human interaction. Using highly synchronised sound and visuals to effectively communicate these issues allows for physical experiences that envelop the visitor within the installation space and live audiovisual performances. My audiovisual systems are designed with generative elements, creating fluid, ever-evolving, human experiences.Locked Pro Plan feature
The Production Technician GI role is an 11-month intensive training program, developing skills for lighting design for contemporary dance, lighting technician, sound technician, AV technician, stage management, and stage rigging. Throughout my time in this role, I am also composing music for contemporary dance.
Heads In The Cloud is a sound & light installation articulating questions about the digitisation of our lives through the internet. This abstract, physical manifestation of the internet, comprising of a 15.1 multichannel sound system and an audio reactive 3D LED matrix cube, immerses the visitor in vocalised thoughts from around the world, transforming into chorus of digital noise.
Bespoke, one-on-one electronic music tuition designed for beginners to advanced level; from basic midi, sound recording and engineering techniques, through to experimental generative music ideas. Whether you want to produce music to play out live or in clubs, or composition for moving image, I will teach and encourage you to become an individual electronic music artist.
"Course in brief We encourage you to fully explore your creativity on this practice-based course focusing on experimentation and innovation. It provides an excellent foundation for careers in musical composition and sound design for film, TV and video, the games industry, radio, theatre and performing arts, interactive and new media, and sound arts for galleries and public spaces. The course places you at the forefront of modern practice in the sound and music world, an environment where technologies are constantly evolving. You will be encouraged to engage creatively and critically with the way sound and music is represented in current media and artwork, in the heart of a city renowned for its arts and cultural scene."