Frances Morgan talks to Áine O’Dwyer and Zeena Parkins at this year's Counterflows festival
The Wire Contributing Editor Frances Morgan will be hosting two talks at this year’s Counterflows festival in Glasgow. Presented in association with the Glasgow Women’s Library, the talks include a discussion with Áine O’Dwyer about her recent releaase Music For Church Cleaners Vol I And II and her work in unusual environments such as a Victorian tunnel under London's River Thames; and Zeena Parkins on the process of building and refining electric harps, as well as the numerous collaborations she has undertaken for film, dance and the visual arts. Both O'Dwyer and Parkins will be perfoming at the festival. Also on the bill are Inga Copeland, Sensational, Graham Lambkin, Billy Bao and many more.
Counterflows takes place between 7-10 April at various Glasgow venues.