AboutIrreversible Noise, Inigo Wilkins
28 May 6pm 8pm
Can everything be then seen as a rhythm, a pattern that is beyond our comprehension, and exists independently of our knowledge of it?
Inigo Wilkins is a transdisciplinary researcher at the Centre for Cultural Studies at Goldsmiths College and is addressing predictability, auditory cognition, topology and computation in relation to noise and music. He is a fellow working at Mute magazine and the Post Media Lab at Lüneburg University.
The event will feature new work by artist Mark Fell.
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Mexico Space, 25 Wharf Chambers, Wharf Street, Leeds, LS2 7EQ
The event is the first in a series of three events exploring the appearance and significance of fractal geometry in historical and recent art and design. This series pursues Pavilion¹s interest in a removed perspective on the structure of art. It takes place in the context of a major collaboration with artist Melvin Moti. A unique local backdrop to this work is the story of Leeds-based physicists William Henry and William Lawrence Bragg, who were awarded the Nobel Prize in 1915 for their pioneering use of X-ray crystallography. This technique, which reveals the atomic structures of
crystals, has underpinned major breakthrough work, including the discovery of the double helix structure of DNA.
Pavilion | 11-14 Blenheim Terrace | University of Leeds | Leeds | LS2 9JT
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