WYCOMBE LISTENING - A one night, experiential sound art exhibition

Event Details

WYCOMBE LISTENING - A one night, experiential sound art exhibition

Time: May 31, 2014 from 7pm to 10:30pm
Location: Arts4every1 Theatre Space
Street: Desborough Road
City/Town: High Wycombe
Phone: 01494 445 517
Event Type: sound, art, exhibition, &, performance
Organized By: Arts4Every1 & Hogarth Productions
Latest Activity: May 21, 2014

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Event Description

An immersive exhibition of sound works originating from a range of disciplines, including sound poetry, sculpture, music, live art, film and interactive installations. Prepare for an intriguing sensory overload.

Martin Creed

Music and words have always featured strongly in Martin Creed's work, who performs an acoustic set of his music.

Jaap Blonk

The internationally performing Sound Poet will be performing engaging and often hilarious poetry from an unusual perspective.

Nigel & Louise

They ran Shunt Vaults for five years and are one of the dominant creative duos in the live art medium. They will create a live, theatrical installation that will mesmerise and bewilder.

Michael Fairfax

Sculptor Michael Fairfax has designed a selection of unique instruments that will be played for the first time in this exhibition.

Matt Hulse

Two short film programmes – featuring films that are all about the audio.

Mike Blow & Alison Ballard

POD examines how sound feels with a beguiling tactile sound installation.

Patrick White

A contemporary artist who questions the meaning of your entire record collection.

Signal to Noise

Weave the stories and history of Wycombe into the architectural fabric of the venue.


Contemporary classical musicians who make music by following subliminal instructions of the audience.

Iain Chambers

Composer Iain Chambers preserves the musicality of Wycombe Listening, by recording the event and composing a piece of music from it before making a gift of it to the audience.

Ellis Sharpe

The artist has created audio paintings that don’t exist…

Mark Langley

Mark Langley offers two fascinating pieces that will beguile and intrigue…

The event will show a number of other pieces, including work from Artists based in High Wycombe.

Tickets £5 advance from www.arts4every1.com/page/ticket-office or £8 on the door

Tickets also available from Ruby Moon (63 Castle Street)

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