In The Dark: The Inner Ears
Part of a series of free events brought to you by Rest & its discontents at the Mile End Art Pavilion.
Like a cinema (but without the pictures), In The Dark Radio invites you to close your eyes and open your ears as you embark on a sonic exploration of restless inner worlds. This will be an aural journey into the deepest recesses of the mind, explored through audio recordings past and present.
About Rest & its discontents:
Rest matters to everyone. Its presence, absence and quality affects mind, body, culture and society. Rest & its discontents explores the dynamics of rest, stress, relaxation, sound, noise, work and mindwandering in an evolving laboratory of moving image, performance, drawing, poetry, data, sound, music and debate.
Rest & its discontents features the work of over 25 contributors including Nina Garthwaite’s radio for mind wanderers Default Mode Radio Network; Christian Nold’s audio installation and noise-monitoring network Prototyping a new Heathrow Airport; Tamarin Norwood’s video Sleep Studies I–V; and Patrick Coyle’s thirty-nine floating solar-powered objects alluding to the categories of labour prohibited on the Sabbath.
Rest & its discontents draws on Hubbub, a two-year residency undertaken by fifty international artists, writers, social scientists, broadcasters, humanities researchers, scientists and mental health experts in The Hub at Wellcome Collection, and led by Durham University.
For further information about our free exhibition Rest & its discontents and accompanying series of events, visit us online at hubbubresearch.org
Image credit: Celine Nadeau via Flickr