Sat, Apr
21

Sonica Installations

£4.50 (advance sales)

A live sonic installation featuring 176 snails by French artists Elizabeth Saint-Jalmes and Cyril Leclerc is just one of the immersive performances at this year’s Sonica.

The annual sound-art festival returns to King’s Place. Other works in the programme Singularity: a shape-shifting white light moving to abstract violin and toy piano sounds by artist Solveig Settemsdal and musician Kathy Hinde, and VR sculpture which poses questions about the past and future of technology by visual artist Heather Lander and sound artist Robert Bentall.

 

 

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