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What Sense is There in Art? project is hosted by the Museum of Portable Sound. Artist Jessica Akerman presents a group of recordings that explore song and sound in the context of labour and play. Join Akerman and exhibition curator Dr Irene Noy for a private listening of this exhibition at the Museum of Portable Sound. Museum Director John Kannenberg will introduce and play Akerman’s work, followed by a discussion and Q&A.

Where: London College of Communication, University of Arts London

When: Friday, 17th June 2016, 6.30pm

More info about the museum and the event at http://www.museumofportablesound.com/

Credits of the audio pieces

1)
Songs of Salt
2011
First produced for Whitstable Biennale Satellite Programme 2010, Whitstable, Kent
Recreated for The Festival of Britain 2011, Queen Elizabeth Walk, London
Artists: Jessica Akerman, Ellie Curtis, Christopher Rainbow, Juliet Sugg

2)
Darlinghurst Playground Songs
2013
Produced for On the Line project by Metal in in Southend-on-Sea, Essex
Artists: Jessica Akerman, Dicky Moore and 60 Year 2 schoolchildren (aged 6-7)

3)
Waulking Songs with Frankie Armstrong
2014
Produced for Made in Roath Festival, Cardiff
Artists: Jessica Akerman and Frankie Armstrong

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