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Martin Creed: Experimental Music Workshop
Sun 9 April 2017, 12:30 – 15:30 BST
Come and make a piece of digital sound sculpture as your response to works in the ARTIST ROOMS: Martin Creed exhibition capturing sounds in a recorder or using ready-mades. Bring things with you to make interesting noises!
You can attend either the workshop on Sunday 2 April or Sunday 9 April plus the collaborative music performance on Wednesday 12 April at 6.30pm (if you wish).
Suitable for ages 16+ Booking essential.
(This is a popular workshop, so if you have booked and can no longer attend please let us know).
The workshop is run by artist Hwa Young Re-Dock.org and musician Tom Rea Smith Re-Dock. This is a Harris MakerSpace workshop.
Creed is one of the most influential and exciting artists today and was awarded the Turner Prize in 2001. He was also chosen to welcome the 2012 London Olympics with a UK-wide bell-ringing performance which encompassed Big Ben to bicycle bells.
His exhibition at the Harris Museum features an eclectic range of Creed’s sculpture, neon, painting, video, music and performance, including one of his most recognisable neon Work No. 203: EVERYTHING IS GOING TO BE ALRIGHT (1999) installed on the front of the building overlooking the Market Square.
Further information on the exhibiton ARTIST ROOMS: Martin Creed
Image credit: Hugo Glendinning