What is the sound of protest?
A performative evening and temporary exhibition
Curated by Joseph Young
6-8th November 2015
Vernissage 6-9pm on Friday 6th November
performances and talks start at 7.30 sharp
Continues 11-5pm, 7th & 8th November
Does the sound of a coffee machine in a an artisan coffee shop signal a resistance towards the globalisation of the high street and is the sound of birdsong a protest against urban development?
Brighton (UK) and Berlin based artist Joseph Young continues his investigation into artistic utopias, revolutionary moments and social struggle to uncover some of the unlikely forms that the sound of protest might take.
Via invitation and an open call Joseph has selected a number of artists to collaborate with him in this short investigation; starting with a field recording and workshop weekend and ending in a temporary exhibition and performance event.
Featuring contributions by:
Raghed Barakat/ Helgard Müller/ Nicodemus/ Thomas Stern, Vincent Chomaz, Israel Martinez, Sybella Perry, Harry Ross, Stan Back & The Noise Glam, Lorenzo Tripodi, Symeon Yovev, Fred Dewey, Janine Eisenächer, Troy Mighty, Lars Müller, Michelle-Marie Letelier & Maria Verónica Troncoso, Erik Smith, Linda Weiss.
More details at www.artofnoises.com