Listening in Present Time (Dead Fingers Talk)


12 Jun 2010
Opening times:

<p>6pm - 9pm</p>

To Conicide with the exhibition Dead Fingers Talk: The Tape Experiments of William S. Burroughs IMT gallery are hosting a the talk Listening in Present Time on Saturday 12 June, 6 - 9pm.

Listening in Present Time will see Salomé Voegelin, David Burrows and Mark Jackson discuss the exhibition in relation to contemporary practice.

Voegelin is an artist and writer concerned with the practice and philosophy of sound. She is the author of Listening to Noise and Silence: Towards a Philosophy of Sound Art published by Continuum Press in May 2010. Her sonic pieces use a documentary approach, to glean from the interviewee a truth beyond the visual. She is a senior lecturer and a course leader of the MA Sound Arts at the London College of Communication.

David Burrows is a British contemporary artist and writer. His work consists of drawings and paint-spattered, debris-littered, haphazard installations. Burrows is, with Simon O’Sullivan, one half of Plastique Fantastique and a former member of the art collective BANK.

Mark Jackson is the curator of Dead Fingers Talk and project co-ordinator at IMT.
Admission: £10

To book please call 02089805475 or visit IMT Gallery online