Neal Spowage is British born artist who designs, builds and composes with Sculptural Electronic Musical Instruments made from discarded objects that are brought together into assemblages or combines. They range from movement sensitive ornaments to invasive wearable devices.
He realises creative performance works for them using the disciplines of Dance, Video Art and Live Art and often collaborates on projects that vary from instrument commissions to duets.
Neals work is influenced by Dada, Constructivism, Absurdism and Fluxus. He is looking for the human in technology through his practice.
Neal’s interests include the investigation and understanding of collaborative relationships, democratic roles, kinetics, interaction, objects as totems, live performance, negotiating expertise between disciplines, gender dynamics in performance, video documentation as art.
Neal currently lives in Leicester, UK.