Sonorama HS1 Turner Contemporary 2105

map-1To Margate, mostly to see Dreamland and to visit the not-quite-restored scenic railway. But also, to pop into Turner Contemporary, and to see the Grayson Perry exhibition, Provincial Punk.

In the foyer of the Turner, was an interesting sound-scape piece by Claudia Molitor of Sonorama, and based on the London-Margate journey by high-speed train (HS1).

You can visit the TC website, here

https://www.turnercontemporary.org/exhibitions/claudia-molitor-sonorama

and Sonorama’s website, here

http://www.sonorama.org.uk/

I thoroughly approve if this kind of artwork…exoressing feeling through movement, sound, and image.

Top marks for the artist…And also for the train and for its passengers – every journey a story, and every story an art-work. How brilliant is that?

 

 

 

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