TALK: Sound in Contemporary Sculpture Rob Olins FRBS and Composers from the Royal College of Music




The second in our series of summer talks explores Sound in Contemporary Sculpture. 

Royal College of Music composers Raquel García-Tomás, Ryan Cockerham, and the duo Sam Delves and Elis Czernaik are collaborating with Rob Olins to create sound pieces in response to his work on the forecourt, InVisible.   Visual and sound artists will discuss the materiality of sound, what appealed to each about combining such different media and how it enables us to reinterpret both the sculpture and perhaps our appreciation of sound and music.

For more information on the collaboration and the artists see:

http://www.robolins.com/

http://rbs.org.uk/exhibitions/raquel-garcia-tomas-steelspeeches

http://rbs.org.uk/exhibitions/raquel-garcia-tomas-steelspeeches

http://raqagarcia.wix.com/raquelgtomas

http://rbs.org.uk/exhibitions/ryan-cockerham-p.e.t-public-environment-technology

http://www.ryancockerham.com/

http://samjosephdelves.com/

Duration 19 June 2013 - 19 June 2013
Times 6.30 - 8.30 pm
Cost Free - Open to all
Venue Royal British Society of Sculptors
Address 108 Old Brompton Road London SW7 3RA, ,
Contact 02073738615 / exhibition@rbs.org.uk / rbs.org.uk/exhibitions/talk-sound-in-contemporary-sculpture

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