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Beatrice Dillon (live)
Institute of Contemporary Arts

Beatrice Dillon’s 2020 debut, the polyrhythmic masterpiece Workaround, depicted an artist entirely in her own lane, and won plaudits including No. 1 album of the year in The Wire as well as a 5-star Guardian review. 

Dillon is a London-based artist and musician using sound within live performance, multi-channel works and recorded material. Her work encompasses interests in rhythmic programming, spatial sound, and process-based systems of logic across both visual and sonic mediums. 

She has collaborated internationally with visual artists presenting sound and music at Greene Naftali NY, Palais de Tokyo Paris, Centre d'Art Contemporain Genève, TATE, Lisson Gallery, Macval Paris, Nasher Sculpture Centre Dallas, South London Gallery etc. 

She has released solo and collaborative music on leading international electronic music labels and worked with a range of musicians including Laurel Halo, Kuljit Bhamra and Lucy Railton. 

In 2023, Dillon composed the soundtrack to ‘Writing A Play (dark blue orchard), 2023’, a film by award-winning visual artist Helen Marten at Greene Naftali, NYC. She produced the new solo album by Norwegian saxophonist Bendik Giske (Smalltown Supersound) and remixed legendary Senegalese artist Baaba Maal (Marathon Music), both in 2023.
Supported by d&b audiotechnik.

Book tickets
07:30 pm
Wed, 04 Sep 2024

£22.50 (including fees + £1.50 venue levy)

Event Information:

• ICA Membership discounts do not apply for this event. 
• This event is 18+, general admission, standing. 
• This event may contain the use of haze, fog and flashing lights.
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