When Do I Disappear? Brian Eno and Richard Sennett

New Resonances

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Past Event

This event was on Thursday 11 Oct 2018, 7pm

Brian Eno changed what it means to compose and perform music with experiments in generative and ambient sound, often designed with architectural spaces in mind. Richard Sennett has spent a lifetime both performing music and writing about the way cities and urban cultures are crafted.

As we open two days of discussions about the ways music is shaped by the architectures and geographies it is made in, join us for a broad ranging discussion between the two thinkers, asking: when does the composer, performer, architect, or audience disappear?

New Resonances is organised by Theatrum Mundi and the Onassis Cultural Centre, Athens, as part of the INTERFACES project supported by the Creative Europe Program of the European Union.


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Fri 12 Oct, 11.30am – 6pm
Free, booking required

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New Resonances: Acoustics and Memories

Sat 13 Oct, 11.30am – 6pm
Free, booking required

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