Lawrence English | Biography
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Lawrence English is a writer, composer and artist based in Brisbane, Australia. Currently involved in a number of music and art projects, he has previously recorded with the author Nick Earls; improvised film scores for several International Film Festivals; composed works for Backbone's Pulse theatre troupe; worked alongside didgeridoo players from the Gubbi Gubbi people; designed cover artwork for the William S. Burroughs' book 'Unforgettable Characters'; and has undertaken improvised performances with several notable artists including Scanner, David Toop, DJ Olive and Philip Samartzis.
Amongst other projects English is currently developing a net streaming studio, composing a vinyl score for the New York based Phonomena label and is curating Fabrique at Brisbane Powerhouse. English also runs the multi-arts organisation and imprint ::room40::.
English first collaborated with Fällt in 2003 when he contributed a portrait of Brisbane as part of the touring installation 'Invisible Cities'.