The Bartlett School of Architecture


Rewiring Brutalism: Return to the Spatial Futures of Musique Concrète

6:30 pm to 8:30 pm, 14 November 2019

Spinoza, still colour photograph taken with a stereoscopic lens adapter © Nigel Green/ Photolanguage 2019.

Experience sonic responses to Brutalist architecture, followed by a panel discussion, set within the Rewiring Brutalism exhibition.

This event is free.

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Sound artists Iain Chambers and Robert Worby of the Langham Research Centre present their new sonic composition and performance, Return to the Architectural Futures of Musique Concrète. This piece is a response to the public threshold spaces and other architectures from the Brutalist Map of Paris (2016) which feature in the exhibition Rewiring Brutalismconceived by Robin Wilson and Nigel Green of Photolanguage.

Following the performance will be a panel discussion chaired by Ruth Bernatek with responses from invited critics.

Complimentary drinks will be available at the start of the event with a pay-for bar open until the end.


If you have any access requirements please let us know by sending us an email or calling 020 3108 7337.

Image: Spinoza, still colour photograph taken with a stereoscopic lens adapter. © Nigel Green/Photolanguage 2019.