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[city]Frequency is a multi channel audio-visual installation exploring urban experiences through documentary aspects and narrative as part of a broader survey of human ecology. It is a poetic, psychogeographic investigation with urban spaces. It examines our emotional response to cities as places of transition and how we experience them through memories. “Frequency” means an unconscious, human, emotional disposition in relation to city: as a longing/nostalgia.
New York embodies this as the 'City of Dreams'.
The exhibition includes a workshop on Sound and Site for up to 20 participants, Urban Walks, each open to 20 participants and an artist talk.
22 March – 1 April 2018
Private View 22 March 2018 from 6.30 – 8.30pm
with an introduction by Sarah Turner
Open daily from 12noon to 5pm (closed Monday)
Events in conjunction with the exhibition:
Urban Walks (curated by Carmen Billows)
23 March, 2pm– Andreas Lang: Notes from the Temporary City (Hackney Wick)
24 March, 11am – Stephen Watts: From Earth to Air: A Walk from Wapping to Aldgate East
Workshop on Sound and Site (with Iris Garrelfs)
25 March, 10am – 4pm at A.P.T
Please book here:
Artist Talk (with Maike Zimmermann)
31 March, 1 – 2pm at A..T
For further information please email firstname.lastname@example.org
(Some info may be subject to change)