gap in the air: a festival of sonic art

Talbot Rice Gallery, 15 Nov 2014 - 14 Feb 2015

nature overview

February – Limits to Growth by Owen Green and Martin Parker has just been installed. This is a sonic parasite that feeds from the auditory environment of the gallery space in order to make itself heard. Over the course of its infestation, its relationship to the environment will change. Initially, the system is closed, prescribed and deterministic. However, as time passes a sequence of interventions from Owen and Martin will.. Read More

orientation overview

touch here to begin – throughout January – presenting the work of University staff, students and recent graduates, touch here to begin features works that test the potential of mobile technologies in a gallery settings. Works by Adam Campbell, Kirsty Keatch, Christos Michalakos and Martin Parker explore how smart-technologies can involve us in dynamic listening experiences. If you have one, bring your smart phone along. 19 January – A mobile.. Read More

reach overview

2–20 December – reach explores sound as a connector across distance. Selected from an open call to international artists reach is an endless playlist of 3D sonic art from around the world, reflecting the vast range of contemporary sonic arts practice, played through a specifically installed 16 channel ambisonic (3D) sound system. 8 December – A special workshop led by composer Marcin Pietruszewski allows participants to use Supercollider software to.. Read More