Heightened States of Awareness

0 Posted by - October 10, 2019 - Music: past, PAST EXHIBITION NEW

IKLECTIK and CRiSAP present,

Heightened States of Awareness: A Performance Evening

Tuesday 10 December – doors 6.30pm – start 7pm | Book your free ticket

 

Ph Credit: Tarik Haskić

A Performance Evening acts as a live ‘suffix’ to the MA Sound Arts Degree Show 2019 Heightened States of Awareness. This evening will extend some of the works beyond the gallery at London College of Communication, whilst affording others an opportunity to present another aspect of their practice in a final public celebration of the group’s work over the last eighteen months together.

The exhibition, Heightened States of Awareness, takes its title from Oliveros and brings together the work of the eleven students graduating from the MA Sound Arts in 2019 The exhibited pieces invite a ‘tuning of mind and body’, presenting approaches that may foreground a non-hierarchical listening amidst multi-sensate entanglements with each other and the environment. The exhibition title might also be understood with respect to this moment of increasing environmental and political emergency, asking us to hear questions that attend to local and personal concerns as well as tuning in to wider notions of social in/justice, and sometimes crossing the boundary of the audible altogether. 

The exhibition includes sound, audio-visual and mixed-media installation and sculpturpresented across three spaces at London College of Communication.

Curator: Irene Revell  

Course Leader: David Mollin

The graduate exhibition for the MA Sound Arts at London College of Communication (UAL) is part of the wider LCC Postgraduate Shows 2019, bringing together the work of the students graduating from the MA Sound Arts in 2019.

 

Artists:

Reve Kan
Tarik Haskić
Yifeat Ziv
Ava Halloran
Yinan Ji
Neil Milton
Fang Xi
Samuel Loynes
Li Yilei
Iris Chun-Tzu
Marco Tarantin

Read more about the exhibition and artists here

 

About London College of Communication 
London College of Communication (LCC), part of University of the Arts London (UAL), is a pioneering world leader in media and design education and research programmes geared to preparing students for successful creative careers. Our courses are known for being industry focused with students taught by an inspiring community of experienced academics, technical experts and leading specialist practitioners. Generations of award-winning photographers, filmmakers, screenwriters, journalists, broadcasters, designers and advertising and PR professionals have started their careers at LCC, and today’s graduates continue to be highly sought after and win prestigious international awards.  

www.arts.ac.uk/lcc

Accessibility
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Important Filming and Photography Notice:
Please note that filming and photography will be taking place throughout the exhibition. Both bigger crowds, smaller groups and individuals may be captured on camera.

All imagery and footage may at some point be published on the College’s website, social media channel and in print.