LUGUS @ Coby Dock, Sep 28

, 25 September 2013
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As part of the Lighting up the Lea festival, a collaboration between sculptor Rob Olins and Lee Berwick will be launching at London’s Cody Dock, during a night of performance, sonic and experimental art for Lugus presents- ‘The long arm of the light’ on September 28.

An audio-visual installation, ‘Sound Reflector’ will demonstrate  the dual reflective possibilities of these “acoustic mirrors” as light and sound is beamed across the dock from these movable mirrors, made by Olins and accompanied by compositions of field recordings, taken from the dock itself, by Berwick.

See the Lighting up the Lea website for more details. **

GCC @ Kraupa-Tuskany Zeidler, Nov 8

4 November 2013

As part of the Lighting up the Lea festival, a collaboration between sculptor Rob Olins and Lee Berwick will be launching at London’s Cody Dock, during a night of performance, sonic and experimental art for Lugus presents- ‘The long arm of the light’ on September 28.

An audio-visual installation, ‘Sound Reflector’ will demonstrate  the dual reflective possibilities of these “acoustic mirrors” as light and sound is beamed across the dock from these movable mirrors, made by Olins and accompanied by compositions of field recordings, taken from the dock itself, by Berwick.

See the Lighting up the Lea website for more details. **

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Beny Wagner @ Import Projects, Nov 4

4 November 2013

As part of the Lighting up the Lea festival, a collaboration between sculptor Rob Olins and Lee Berwick will be launching at London’s Cody Dock, during a night of performance, sonic and experimental art for Lugus presents- ‘The long arm of the light’ on September 28.

An audio-visual installation, ‘Sound Reflector’ will demonstrate  the dual reflective possibilities of these “acoustic mirrors” as light and sound is beamed across the dock from these movable mirrors, made by Olins and accompanied by compositions of field recordings, taken from the dock itself, by Berwick.

See the Lighting up the Lea website for more details. **

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Paul Kneale, Holly White & friends @ V22 studios, Oct 25

25 October 2013

As part of the Lighting up the Lea festival, a collaboration between sculptor Rob Olins and Lee Berwick will be launching at London’s Cody Dock, during a night of performance, sonic and experimental art for Lugus presents- ‘The long arm of the light’ on September 28.

An audio-visual installation, ‘Sound Reflector’ will demonstrate  the dual reflective possibilities of these “acoustic mirrors” as light and sound is beamed across the dock from these movable mirrors, made by Olins and accompanied by compositions of field recordings, taken from the dock itself, by Berwick.

See the Lighting up the Lea website for more details. **

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Ibiza’s BLOOP is going small with its ‘CHANGES’-themed Proactive International Art Festival, Aug 23 – Sep 9

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As part of the Lighting up the Lea festival, a collaboration between sculptor Rob Olins and Lee Berwick will be launching at London’s Cody Dock, during a night of performance, sonic and experimental art for Lugus presents- ‘The long arm of the light’ on September 28.

An audio-visual installation, ‘Sound Reflector’ will demonstrate  the dual reflective possibilities of these “acoustic mirrors” as light and sound is beamed across the dock from these movable mirrors, made by Olins and accompanied by compositions of field recordings, taken from the dock itself, by Berwick.

See the Lighting up the Lea website for more details. **

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AND Festival Oct 3 – 5

2 October 2013

As part of the Lighting up the Lea festival, a collaboration between sculptor Rob Olins and Lee Berwick will be launching at London’s Cody Dock, during a night of performance, sonic and experimental art for Lugus presents- ‘The long arm of the light’ on September 28.

An audio-visual installation, ‘Sound Reflector’ will demonstrate  the dual reflective possibilities of these “acoustic mirrors” as light and sound is beamed across the dock from these movable mirrors, made by Olins and accompanied by compositions of field recordings, taken from the dock itself, by Berwick.

See the Lighting up the Lea website for more details. **

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Federico Campagna @ RCAfe, May 25

24 May 2016

As part of the Lighting up the Lea festival, a collaboration between sculptor Rob Olins and Lee Berwick will be launching at London’s Cody Dock, during a night of performance, sonic and experimental art for Lugus presents- ‘The long arm of the light’ on September 28.

An audio-visual installation, ‘Sound Reflector’ will demonstrate  the dual reflective possibilities of these “acoustic mirrors” as light and sound is beamed across the dock from these movable mirrors, made by Olins and accompanied by compositions of field recordings, taken from the dock itself, by Berwick.

See the Lighting up the Lea website for more details. **

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TEXT2SPEECH: Proxy Politics As Withdrawal @ ICA, May 12

11 May 2016

As part of the Lighting up the Lea festival, a collaboration between sculptor Rob Olins and Lee Berwick will be launching at London’s Cody Dock, during a night of performance, sonic and experimental art for Lugus presents- ‘The long arm of the light’ on September 28.

An audio-visual installation, ‘Sound Reflector’ will demonstrate  the dual reflective possibilities of these “acoustic mirrors” as light and sound is beamed across the dock from these movable mirrors, made by Olins and accompanied by compositions of field recordings, taken from the dock itself, by Berwick.

See the Lighting up the Lea website for more details. **

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Hannah Sawtell @ The New Museum, Apr 23-Jun22

9 April 2014

As part of the Lighting up the Lea festival, a collaboration between sculptor Rob Olins and Lee Berwick will be launching at London’s Cody Dock, during a night of performance, sonic and experimental art for Lugus presents- ‘The long arm of the light’ on September 28.

An audio-visual installation, ‘Sound Reflector’ will demonstrate  the dual reflective possibilities of these “acoustic mirrors” as light and sound is beamed across the dock from these movable mirrors, made by Olins and accompanied by compositions of field recordings, taken from the dock itself, by Berwick.

See the Lighting up the Lea website for more details. **

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