KIMA: Noise at Tate Exchange

20 Nov 2019 – 24 Nov 2019

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10:00 – 18:00
10:00 – 18:00
10:00 – 18:00
10:00 – 18:00
10:00 – 18:00

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Tate Modern

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How do urban noises affect our physical, mental and emotional wellbeing? From 20 to the 24 November, art collective ANALEMA GROUP will explore the effects of urban noise through interactive art at Tate Exchange.


KIMA: Noise will combine geometric sound sculpture, large-scale, real-time projection and live streaming of urban noise from around Tate Modern. KIMA: Noise, will run alongside a rich programme of activities to explore urban noises through participatory art, talks, a performance and a workshop at Tate Exchange.

Following a year-long development with Stephen Stansfeld, Queen Mary University of London, KIMA: Noise presents the outcome of this collaboration between research and cutting-edge, participatory art at Tate Exchange to the public. The project brings together scientists and artists with local communities and the general public to open a discourse on the impact of noise on wellbeing. Through innovative art practices, the collective Analema Group will highlight the effect of urban noise on health.

The interactive art installation offers an experience of urban noises in a new way. You will be able to draw your own form of noise and listen to it as multi-dimensional sound sculpture in the space around you. Experience soundwaves with your own body and see noise come to life visually!

More details about the full program of events can be found at: www.analemagroup.com

Exhibiting artistsToggle

Oliver Gingrich

Alain Renaud

David Negrao

Evgenia Emets

Analema Group

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