‘Pop et Musique’, Fondation Louis Vuitton

Video loop timing precision, approaching the Marclay installation room when it became apparent a new loop about to start; two British men look at eachother whilst exiting, that was intense. A fair warning.

Christian Marclay, ‘Crossfire’, 2007

Like an auditory Kerplunk, Cerith Wyn Evans’s commission for the Fondation Louis Vuitton uses the funnelling of wind into a chandelier ellipse of glass flutes to create sound waves.

Cerith Wyn Evans, ‘A=F=L=O=A=T’, 2014

Yesterday I visited ‘Pop et Musique‘, which is open until 4th January 2016 at the Fondation Louis Vuitton. Yesterday I also listened to Kylie on Desert Island Discs; I only cried twice. Listen to the episode here.

2015. In Bristol I opted to audit the class ‘Art and Music’ led by Simon Shaw-Miller; in April I visited the then-Sheffield-based ‘Listening‘ exhibition, on a whim having seen the leaflet the day before setting up the M1; this weekend’s flirtation with DJing

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