Audialsense at the Science Museum
6 June 2014
Sound artists and architects Audialsense will turn the Science Musueum's Media Space and Denman’s Horn into a temporary site-specific sound installation over two days at the beginning of July.
Using the architecture of the space and sounds of machines in the Museum this immersive installation explores the physical properties of the acoustic realm.
Bartlett MArch Unit 14 tutor Paul Bavister and architect Jason Flanagan with acoustician Ian Knowles have been researching the qualitative and physical properties of sound as Audialsense, and in professional practice as Arup & Flanagan Lawrence. Their work recreates, enhances and reveals acoustic phenomena, turning sound into physical site-specific installations dependant on the architectural qualities of a given space.
'Gjallarhorn', an installation by Audialsense
Saturday 5 and Sunday 6 July, 14.00 – 17.00
Media Space, Science Museum