Saturday 15 November
Cyclotone uses field recording gathered from a wide range of sources as a starting point for conjectures, fictions, and anachronistic poetic narratives relating to space flight.
The work commemorates the first wave of Russian cosmonauts who achieved space travel, as well as the artists of the Constructivist movement who ventured into space conceptually.
In Cyclotone Prudence combines sound and video material to create a complex series of nested geometric forms which are transformed, deformed and modulated by ‘acousmatic sound’ – sound for which there appears to be no originating source.
Date & Time
Saturday 15 November, 3.30 - 4.30pm
Hayward Gallery Project Space
Free with same-day exhibition ticket.
Book tickets for Saturday 15 November here.
Paul Prudence, Cyclotone, 2014 © the artist, 2014