The shifting sound track of archive samples and field recordings is a transformative presence in Geoffrey Farmer’s exhibition, Lets Make The Water Turn Black. Curating Sound combines discussion and off-site performance to address sound within and beyond the gallery. It is responding to a resurgent interest in curating durational soundworks.
Speakers include Lina Džuverović (Artistic Director, Calvert 22), Paul Schütze (artist, composer) and Jeremy Peyton-Jones (Senior Lecturer Music, Goldsmiths).
Unfortunately Mark Harwood can no longer attend the discussion due to unforeseen circumstances. It is with great please however we announce writer, composer and avant-garde musician Paul Schütze will be joining the conversation.
6.30pm - 8.30pm
Free, The Space
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