Sounding Space is an ongoing Architecture Foundation series of events, installations and discussions, which investigate the intersections and relationships between architecture, space and sound; from installations and concerts to talks and DJ sets.
The series presents and mines the ways in which architecture can shape, and be shaped by, sound; the resonant properties of the built environment; and aural culture as a possible invisible architecture. Events take place at the AF Project Space, and a range of off-site venues.
The AF Project Space becomes an endorphin-stimulating sonic topography, in a one-night only installation from artist Sam Griffin, in collaboration with musicians Guy Wood and Jo Wills. This event launches Sounding Space - a new series of events exploring the relationship between sound and space and architecture and music, at the AF.
A site-specific one-night only installation from experimental electronic musical duo Emptyset, exploring the relationship between sound and space, architecture and music.