Sound | Making | Space – Vex Project: Echoes and Loops
18 May 2017, 6:00 pm–8:00 pm
The Bartlett Sound Making Space Doctoral Network focuses on current issues and debates in sound + space + architecture research. We aim to bring together a wider, more diverse group of researchers and practitioners who think about and engage with space and the urban environment through sound and music.
The Bartlett Sound Making Space Doctoral Network
Room 6.02 The Bartlett, 22 Gordon Street, London WC1H 0QB
Vex Project: Echoes and Loops
Vex is a curved, fluted concrete house in Stoke Newington designed by Chance de Silva. It's also an unusual collaboration between the architect and the musician and composer Scanner (Robin Rimbaud). Both the music and architecture take as their starting point Erik Satie’s ‘Vexations’ – a looping, repetitive piano work that lasts around 18 hours in continuous performance.
For this evening at The Bartlett, Steve Chance and Robin Rimbaud are reunited to talk about their unique collaboration and what future such collaboartions might bring to both architectural and compostiitonal practice.
Steve Chance | Chance de Silva
Scanner (Robin Rimbaud)
Paul Bavister | Bartlett, UCL
- This event is free and open to all, but capacity is limited: please register for a place on Eventbrite
- Beers and refreshments are provided after the event
- For enquires or further details about who we are or what we do please email: Bartlettsound2017@gmail.com