Performance Museum late
Yuri Suzuki presents Sound in Mind
To coincide with the opening of his new exhibition “Sound in Mind”, Yuri Suzuki will curate a night of musical performances and workshops at the Design Museum.
Suzuki and a line-up of artists, designers and musicians will take over the atrium of the Design Museum, creating spaces to explore sound, interaction, and design. The evening comprises DJ sets and live electronic performances exploring boundaries between art, design, technology and sound.
Host: Yuri Suzuki
18.00 Doors open
18.15 Jarvia Foxter
19.15 Imogen Piper
20.00 Tom Richards
This event is part of London Design Festival 2019.
Yuri Suzuki is a sound artist, designer and electronic musician. His practice explores the realms of sound through designed pieces that examine the relationship between people and their environments - questioning how both music and sound evolve to create personal experiences. In 2018 Suzuki was appointed a partner at Pentagram.
Jarvia Foxter is an Osteopath and Diagnostic Radiographer. She works with Ultrasound to diagnose a wide range of health issues and disease states. She works within the field of Neuroacoustics, which uses sounds and frequencies to naturally bring people into the sleep cycle, known as nREM 3+4 or Delta Wave – the optimal brain state for repair, regeneration and healing.
Imogen Piper is an artist who seeks to draw parallels between disparate systems, converging the existing rather than fabricating the new. Producing artworks from these untested convergences, she addresses political issues and societal uncertainties. Her process is research-driven and systematic, with outputs varying across film, publication, sculpture, and performance.
Tom Richards is an artist, musician, DJ, researcher and instrument designer working in London UK. He recreated Daphne Oram’s Mini Oramics graphical sound synthesiser as part of his PhD research (Goldsmiths/ Science Museum). He has performed and lectured widely, both in the UK and internationally, and is represented by Nonclassical.
Background image | Yuri Suzuki, Sonic Playground High Museum | Credit Michael McKelvey