Thursday, 21 June 2012 at 09:00 - Saturday, 23 June 2012 at 18:00 (BST)
London, United Kingdom
21-23 June 2012
A partnership with the Society for Literature, Science and the Arts Europe, the Supersonix conference will bring together 300 artists, scientists and practitioners in the field of sonic art and science.
It will lead academic and mainstream public audiences on a journey through sound via experiments, lectures, workshops and interactive technology, encouraging the broadest audiences to experience London’s cultural heartland in a new way, through the shared theme of sound.
It aims to:
- demystify contemporary scientific and artistic practice through public engagement and participation
- investigate new ways of thinking about sound
- examine the processes involved in hearing
- explore the history of listening
- showcase latest developments in scientific research and sound technology
- provide opportunities for sound artists to work with world-leading institutions and their collections
The full conference programme is now available at www.exhibitionroad.com/supersonix.
We have also released a limited number of public tickets for an exclusive gig at the Science Museum by three leading female sound artists. Click Sound @rt @ Science Museum to book.
When & Where
Exhibition Road Cultural Group
Exhibition Road is the cultural heartland of London and the ultimate destination for anyone with a thirst for discovery and creativity. Here the world's leading arts, science, cultural and academic organisations join together to deliver vibrant programmes that challenge and surprise. The Exhibition Road Cultural Group brings together 22 organisations to: promote learning through programming and delivering joint projects; encourage the cross-fertilisation of audiences between institutions and disciplines, particularly arts and science; share staff expertise and transfer knowledge.
Live sound art performances - limited tickets now available
Three of Europe's leading female sound artists give a unique after-hours gig at the Science Museum on Friday 22 June - and we have just made a very limited number of tickets available for this exclusive event.
South Africa-born Mira Calix (above), Norwegian Jana Winderen and the UK's Kaffe Matthews are performing as part of the Exhibition Road Supersonix event, an international celebration of the art and science of sound that includes artists in residence, an academic conference and a free music festival. The performance is reserved for delegates at the Supersonix conference but we've just made 50 tickets available to the public for £10.
To book, log on to www.exhibitionroad.com/supersonix/booking from 6pm tonight (Wednesday 30 May).
Tickets are available on a strictly first come, first served basis. No more than two tickets per booking.