London’s Serpentine Galleries continues its Park Nights 2014 programme with Forget Amnesia on August 22 at 8pm.
Featuring the work of British artists Haroon Mirza and Mark Fell and that of Korean artist Okkyung Lee, the event will be “an evening of light and sound synthesis”, taking inspiration from the Pavilion’s unique acoustic and spatial environs, designed by Chilean architect Smiljan Radić, and transforming it through acoustic and spatial installations.
The sold-out evening performance comes as part of the Park Nights 2014 programme – an annual line-up of live art, music, poetry, literature, film and performance that recently featured an exhibition by Ed Atkins – and also as part of Fiorucci Art Trust‘s Italian festival Forget Amnesia, curated by Mirza and Milovan Farronato.
See the Serpentine Galleries event page for details. **
- Mark Fell, Self and Now (2013). Installation view. Image courtesy artist and BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Arts. Photograph by Colin Davison.
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