Exhibition

Luke Fowler and Mark Fell Project

30 Oct 2015 – 7 Feb 2016

Cost of entry

Free Entry

Whitechapel Gallery

London, United Kingdom

Address

Travel Information

  • Bus: 25, 205, 254
  • Tube: Aldgate East / Aldgate
  • Train: Liverpool Street

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The computer is a ubiquitous component in today’s music studios and on stage.

About

Using sound, text and image, the new collaboration between Glasgow-based artist filmmaker Luke Fowler (b. 1978) and Sheffield-based multidisciplinary artist Mark Fell (b. 1966) examines the development of early computer music languages that have been obscured by more commercially viable options.

The exhibition looks at how the use of computers began to shape music-making through experimentation with unfamiliar techniques involving mathematical structures, data and unusual forms of interaction. These methods are buried deep in the archaeological sub strata of today’s electronic music. Working across visual arts and music, the display becomes a tool for local students to experiment with computer-based composition.

Supported by the Stavros Niarchos Foundation

Exhibiting artists

Luke Fowler

Mark Fell

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