Traces of a Cathode: Closing Event ft. Flight Coda

Flight Coda performance. Image credit: James Clarkson
Discarded electronic waste. Image credit: James Clarkson
Installation view - 'Traces of a Cathode', S1 Artspace (2023) Curated by Joseph Cutts. Image credit: James Clarkson
20 May –
20 May

Press release

6 – 8pm
Performance: 7 – 7:30pm
Free entry

To mark the end of our international group exhibition Traces of a Cathode, please join us this Saturday evening for a drink at the final viewing of our show, as we also look at the impact of our developing e-waste recycling programme of over 75 donated electronic goods, soon to be recycled at our partner venue Aspire Sheffield. As part of this event, S1 Artspace is delighted to host a unique performance by Sheffield based artist Flight Coda.

Flight Coda is “Dreamtime micro-symphonies, for fans of Steve Roach, Iasos, Celer”. Artist Jonathan George Fox (they/he) is responsible for multiple cross-genre musical experiments. From playing torn up guitars in the “genuinely deranged” Sheffield hardcore band Scum Bastard to their “corroding liquid synth squiggle(s)” under the caustic beat-driven guise SENTRY. In their latest “nocturnal, mysterious” EP entitled ‘a window at night the 27th’ released by Warm Winters Ltd, Fox’s project Flight Coda favours a gentle approach.

For more information on Traces of a Cathode, please click here