A collaboration with sound artist Mattef Kuhlmey (GER)
Part sound technology lecture, part dance performance, this is a lecture about sound and space. Scientific knowledge, practical demonstrations, individual and collective experiments will help to understand how acoustic waves work, how they shape and reshape the empty space around us. Together with the audience, we investigate the omnipresence of physics in our everyday life, looking for simple answers to complicated questions.
This lecture is part of a larger research project, which will also be presented as dance performance and through a number of educational activities the East Midlands, around the topic of acoustic waves, sound and space.
Sat, 26th August 2017 5pm
Club de La Reunion
Festival Junto al Rio, Valdivia, Chile
Wed, 29th March 2017 6pm
Audience Club at The Place
The Place Theatre London
Fri, 7th October 2016 7pm
Lincoln – The Collection
Tickets: ￡5 (￡3)
www.thecollectionmuseum.com | 01522 550965
Mon, 26th September 2016 7.30pm
Burton Taylor Studio
Oxford Playhouse OX1 2LW
www.oxfordplayhouse.com | 01865 305305
Running Time: ca. 1 hr, suitable also for secondary school music and physics classes, sound technology students
Concept/Texts: Mattef Kuhlmey & Gabriele Reuter
Performance: Gabriele Reuter
Sound: Mattef Kuhlmey
Image: Sophie Jahnke
Supported by Arts Council of England, produced by Dance 4.