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by Bastion Harrison (subscribe)
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What Does Sound Taste Like?

Robin Rimbaun dubs himself a 'minimalist anti-hero with an attraction towards alien activities in creativity.' Also known as Scanner, the sound artist has been inspired by Bridge, an exhibition at the Docklands Museum. On the 5th September, he plans to show Londoners a Sonic City with an evening of workshops, installations, intimate gigs, and talks to unveil the hidden noises of the capital.

Between 7pm - 10pm, you can be the first to experience Bridging the World, an immersive new sound installation. An 8 ticket will include an after-hours view of the Bridge exhibition, along with a soundtrack, and visit to late night bars. Other highlights include:

Scanner Voices - snippets of mobile phone conversations heard throughout the city.

City Sounds - an improvised music performance.

Listening on the quayside - a sound walk, where you'll find how collective hearing changes your perceptions.

The art of listening - drawings inspired by sound.

Subpac: feel the sound - a tactile music experience.

Bitter Sweet Frequencies: a live experience - discover how sounds and frequencies affect your taste.
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Why? Fun for music lovers
When: 5th Sept, 7pm
Phone: 020 7001 9844
Where: Docklands Museum
Cost: 8
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