14.11.19 | Rewiring Brutalism: Return to the Spatial Futures of Musique Concrète

Thursday 14th November, 6.30 – 8.30pm

The Bartlett School of of Architecture

22 Gordon Street, London

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About this event:

The Bartlett, UCL Sound Making Space Doctoral Network, in collaboration with Photolanguage and the Langham Research Centre, presents and evening of sonic responses to the Brutalist architecture of Paris.

Sound artists Iain Chambers and Robert Worby perform 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 Brutalism, conceived 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.

Please book your FREE place here.

About the exhibition:

Originally commissioned by the Barbican Hub Space in Summer 2019, works on display revisit the architecture of Jean Renaudie and Renée Gailhoustet, in a re-exploration of their work as examples of the advanced spatial thinking of Brutalist Paris. The work is presented as cabinet-based archives of photographs, found library index cards, drawings, notations and screen-based projections.

The exhibition space will be open to the public form 10am-8pm from Monday 11th – Friday 15th November.

 

 

For any access enquiries please contact 020 3108 7337 or email architecture.comms@ucl.ac.uk