AboutHow do we experience a work of art when we have not seen it? Acoustic Mirrors invites speakers from a diverse array of backgrounds and members of the public to reflect on the conceptual and physical distribution of art today. Acting as the focal point for the exhibition, the Charlie Woolley Radio Show will play host to a diverse range of guests including Lenka Clayton, Patrick Coyle, Alfredo Cramerotti, Michael Crowe, Doug Fishbone, Karen Di Franco, Sam Fenton-Elstone, Tom Godfrey, Seth Guy, James Harkin, Jaimie Hodgson, Homeland, Toby Huddlestone, Jeremy Hutchison, Kelly Large, Lisa Le Feuvre, Pierre Leguillon, Claudia Molitor, Garrett Phelan, Daniel Ploeger, Postworks, Aura Satz, and Christopher Kulendran Thomas, amongst others.
Audiences will be able to engage with the show live at the Zabludowicz Collection's gallery in Chalk Farm or to listen remotely at Swiss Cottage Library and online at http://www.zabludowiczcollection.com/london/events/acoustic-mirrors. Visitors will also be able to experience a selection of works from the Zabludowicz Collection through on-hand documentation that offers a unique wa to access and navigate the collection.
Acoustic Mirrors is a weekend of events and live radio broadcasts organised by curators from the postgraduate programmes at the Royal College of Art and Goldsmiths, University of London.