A commission for the National Trust at the Birmingham Back to Backs, The show is a partnership between doTb and Friction Arts. Click for more.
If Music Be the Food of Love, Play On...
Is a collaboration between Companis and Dreams of Tall Buildings - an evening of romantic dining with a twist. Click for more.
Taking down of architecture
dotb where commissioned by the MAC (Midland Art Centre) to write a score to an archive film edited together by Film Ficciones. Click for more.
(Proceed to) Terminal point
Both Artists and public combined composed the score to the cities skyline. Click for more.
The piece was played in a cubicle at Victoria bathes in Manchester from Friday 11th May till Sunday 13th May 2007. Click for more.
White Elephant draws from the full history of experimental music and sound over the past 75 years. Click for more.
My castle, My home
An installation for the festival Supersonic in July 2006. Click for more.
Ecco un Poco
Rather than a lick of ice-cream, the audience will experience, experimental and found sounds. Click for more.
Project 99 is a performance event that took place on the four Saturdays before Christmas 2004. Click for more.
Snack on Art
15/11/04 - Volume # 133, 30 minute video programme, Brooklyn Cable Access Television, USA. Click for more.
Brain Jelly / Mealy-mouthed
Live Art Showcase with two main evening events. Click for more.
Harbour'd in the sleepy west
A live performance at the Custard factory gallery, May 2004. Click for more.
From Czech, Roboti = Slave
For the exhibition "Science Fiction double feature" doTb had an installation and also composed a 30 minute live sound piece. Click for more.
This was a show written and played live as the support to Black Dice. Click for more.
White paper cranes
This piece was a score for Adam Booths MA show in Japan. Click for more.
Another collaboration between video artist PHW and doTb. Click for more.
Video/sound collaboration with PirateHairWaves, October 2002. Click for more.
Bit parts in a little theatre
This performance was commissioned by the Mead Gallery to end the the show Read only Memory. Click for more.
doTb collaborated with film maker Will Chiperfield who specialized in cine8 footage for this event an experimental jazz club. Click for more.
A 30 minute set designed for and performed at the CBSO centre. Click for more.
From the birth of storable electricity with Alessandro Volta's battery in 1800 all the way up to the present digital age. Click for more.