Reef (Arrecife) is a series of concerts, a monthly meeting which invites various groups or researchers of Madrid to present their careers within the field of experimental sound in their different facets: contemporary music, experimental electronics, alternative music and sound art. Each of these researchers, in turn, creates a concert by selecting a person who supports their practice and research. Arrecife lays the foundations for a broad, and heterodoxical process of research to germinate through critical listening experiences.
On the 11th of January 2017 the artist and performer Linda O Keeffe was selected by the artist and researcher Maria Andueza to develop and perform a new body of work which would be performed at CentroCentro Cibeles de Cultura y Ciudadanía Plaza de Cibeles in Madrid. Select link for info.
This was the beautiful interior and exterior space of the concert hall.
Linda O’Keeffe presents Score for her and My voice is still lost. Currently residing in Lancaster (UK), she is an artist and teacher of sound art. Performs installations, performances and studies on the sound landscape. Founder of Women in Sound Women on Sound, publisher of the publication Interference and president of the Irish Sound, Science and Technology Association.
María Andueza Olmedo (https://mariaandueza.org) is an artist and researcher. She works at the intersection of public art and sound creation. Olmeda has a PhD from the Universidad Complutense de Madrid, she is a university professor and part of the RRS Radio team at the Reina Sofía Museum. Since 2013 he coordinates the Augmented Spatiality project.