I am delighted my work Spiritual Radio, a transmitting FM book, has been selected for The Engine Room International Sound Art Exhibition. The show is happening at Morley College Gallery and features work by the work and other finalists for the engine room sound art competition, supported by TC Electronic, Tannoy, Mogami and HBB Communications.
Dates: 12 May – 12 June 2015 Private View: 11 May 2015 Opening times: Monday – Friday 11:00-18:00 Saturday 12:00-16:00 Sundays, bank holidays and Saturday 30 May closed Venue: Morley Gallery, 61 Westminster Bridge Road, London, SE1 7HT
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An expert panel of judges, electroacoustic composer, Professor Simon Emmerson and established artists, composers and performers, Ray Lee and Mira Calex will select winners, which will be announced during the opening night of the exhibition on 11 May.
22 works from emerging sound artists from Singapore, Russia, Germany, Colombia, Italy, Canada, France, the United States and the United Kingdom have been selected for the exhibition following The Engine Room’s first international sound art competition. Alongside these works will be Aerial Aria in the Aviary, a newly commissioned installation by established sound artist Janek Schaefer.
Camilo Salazar, Morley College’s Programme Manager for Music Technology and Engine Room curator says: “I am excited to bring these outstanding works from our international sound art competition to Morley Gallery. These pieces make for a gallery experience of a different kind where sound is the main focal point.”