Category Archives: publish & broadcast

Chisenhale Word Mix

A piece of music members of IYP and Propeller put together with Sam Belinfante by editing and mixing recordings they had previously made with spoken words and sounds.

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Slow Boat sets sail into the Summer of 2012

All nautical puns aside, the beginning of Slow Boat’s summer is finally here and it couldn’t have been timed better. There was cake and bustled chatter amongst the crowds of people that had gathered to watch Slow Boat finally begin it’s voyage to London, and after the beautiful speech by Jonathan Watkins (The Director of Ikon) which was the first broadcast to go out live on Scarcity Radio, we began to set sail.

With the sun finally shining away the post-winter blues, it almost felt like a holiday cruising down the canal with the sun’s reflection dancing on all the nearby walls and tunnels. It was the first time IYP & Propeller were together and could really get to know each other over the course of the day.

On the next leg of the journey with IYP, we’ll be visiting Artworks MK where the group will be able to use the Ceramics Studio and have the whole weekend to channel their inner sculptor.

Till then, keep an eye on this space and an ear to Scarcity Radio where you’ll be getting all of the information you could possibly want to keep you up to date.

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2 Months, 8 Drafts and countless Paper Cuts later…

IYP’s first professional publication is hot off the presses and ready to inform the world of all the shenanigans the group has been up to this past year. This issue includes a punctuation epiphany, a secret language and your own A5 sized Zeltbahn. What more could you ask for?

Now that the first one is done & dusted, ideas and content will begin being collected for the next issue which will all be based around Slow Boat’s trip to London this summer. How exciting!

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