Brutalism in Sound: Concrete Paris and The Gathering Grounds
At Iklectik, Lambeth (an independent performance space and research arts laboratory) we continued our collaboration with sound artist and composer Iain Chambers, developing a new image and text projection sequence to accompany a performance of Chamber’s 15 minute sonic score Concrete Paris.
Pavilion of Insurrection and Pleasure: Coming SoonPavilion of Insurrection and Pleasure: Coming Soon Tempo Arts Billboard Title: Pavilion of Insurrection and Pleasure: Coming Soon Commissioned by Tempo Arts Hastings the billboard (2 x 5 metres) occupies a derelict space previously owned by Network Rail. The billboard...
The project proposed a return to the notion of terrain vague as a means to explore new interdisciplinary expressions of uncertainty across space and identity in contemporary practice, and to reengage urban conditions of the marginal and the unoccupied.
Rewiring Brutalism, the Foyer Gallery, the Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL
This exhibition brought together work shown at the Barbican Centre for Brutalism Rewired (2019) with work from La Revue Générale Brutaliste shown at the Institut Français, South Kensington (2018).
Rewiring Brutalism: Return to the Architectural Futures of Musique Concrète, Barbican Centre
Rewiring Brutalism was a collaboration between Photolanguage and the Langham Research Centre as a response to the Barbican Centre Hub Space curatorial theme of ‘Life Rewired’.