WHEN : 7th September, 6:00–9:30pm
WHERE : Institute of Modern Art
Based in Osaka, Japan, Tetsuya Umeda’s work focuses on the creation of profoundly dynamic environments, through the combination of architectural structures, sound and light, and considers their impacts on human behaviour.
This event takes place against a backdrop of Ross Manning’s largest sound sculpture to date in his exhibition Dissonant Rhythms, where both artists will perform their own custom instruments.
This is a free event with all welcome! Spaces are limited, so please let us know you can attend via Eventbrite here.