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John Richards as Dirty Electronics has given numerous workshops internationally. For more information on Dirty Electronics workshops see: www.dirtyelectronics.org

Richards has moved away from the idea of workshop as an ancillary or separate activity to his own creative output, to suggest an integrated approach that explores process, performance and working collectively as a holistic event. Info up to 2013.



Merzbow with the Dirty Electronics Ensemble, Birmingham and Leicester, April 2008



Supernormal Festival, Braziers Park,Cardboard Synth (with Anat Ben-David), August 2011

Select workshops: HfG Karlsruhe (Karlsruhe University of Arts and Design) (Germany); IRCAM (Paris); Fylkingen, Stockholm (Sweden); Bent Festival (Los Angeles); Ionian University, Corfu (Greece); Venn Festival (Bristol); Supersonic, Custard Factory (Birmingham); Tokyo University of the Arts (Japan); Tama Art University, Tokyo (Japan); University of the Arts (Berlin); Trinity College of Music (London); FutureEverything, Contact Theatre (Manchester); STEIM (Amsterdam); Gogbot, Enschede (Netherlands); In Our Blood, Electrowerkz (London); Institute of Contemporary Arts (ICA) (London); Short Circuit Festival, Roundhouse (London); BEAM Festival, Brunel University (London); Festival of Britain 60th Anniversary, Festival Hall, Southbank Centre (London); Supernormal Festival, Braziers Park (Oxfordshire); Onassis Cultural Centre, Athens (Greece); NEoN Digital Arts Festival (Dundee); Octubre Centre de Cultura Contempor ània, Valencia (Spain); Music Research Centre, University of York (York).



Mute Synth, Short Circuit Festival, Roundhouse, London, May 2011



FutureEverything, performance of I Love You for Sudophones, May 2010



Institute of Contemporary Arts (ICA), London,ICA Solder a Score, February 2011