Raymond Delepierre | POINT.0
Friday, 24 May 2013 from 19:00 to 21:00 (BST)
London, United Kingdom
On the evening of Friday 24 May 2013, rosenfeld porcini is proud to launch a cultural programme with an exclusive performance from experimental sound artist Raymond Delepierre.
Born from the desire to assert the gallery’s identity as a dynamic and international cultural hub, our ongoing programme will feature an innovative and experimental approach to the arts. The gallery will stage a series of monthly events ranging from performance (dance, sound, theatre, film), debates and conferences where the public, academics, artists, and professionals are invited to discuss, experience, and explore contemporary topics and issues in art.
For the launch event, Delepierre will employ uncommon sound associations such as ice, water and fire – elements at the genesis of life – punctuated by simple actions to create unique emotional responses to his observations of reality and silence. The performance, divided into 15 minute segments, will incorporate acoustic loops using equipment such as electromagnetic sensors, piezo microphones and resonators and will also feature a video projection, specially created for the event.
The performance will begin at 7.30pm and will last 60 minutes – 4 segments of 15 min with intermission.
*** late comers admitted only during intermission.
When & Where
rosenfeld porcini gallery
Founded in June 2011 by Ian Rosenfeld and Dario Porcini, directors of Italy’s Galleria Napoli Nobilissima, Rosenfeld Porcini gallery occupies a prime location in the heart of the dynamic gallery district of London’s Fitzrovia. With 3,000 square feet of gallery space, Rosenfeld Porcini has a strong international outlook committed to showing contemporary artists from around the world, and will draw upon the distinct yet complimentary backgrounds and expertise of the gallery’s two directors with an innovative exhibitions programme. Old Master and Modern shows will occasionally be presented, either monographic or themed, within the context of the contemporary space, exploring a firm curatorial belief in the continuity that underlies the story of art.