Joseph Young
Since 2008
Works in Lewes United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

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The End of Listening


Dates:
Fri Jan 07, 2011 00:00 - Fri Jan 07, 2011

Location:
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

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The End of Listening (ReAwakening of a City #5)
a&e gallery, Cheltenham Place, BRIGHTON. Jan 7th - 23rd (weekends only)

20th April 1914: Immediately before the outbreak of the First World War, the premiere performance of a revolutionary noise symphony Awakening of a City by futurist artist Luigi Russolo.

Almost a century later, a group of artists, led by Brighton-based Sound Artist, Joseph Young, come together to respond to the surviving 7 bars of the printed score in a series of ReAwakenings.

In his latest solo work, The End of Listening (ReAwakening of a City #5), Joseph has created an immersive sound installation for iPods at a&e gallery in Cheltenham Place, Brighton.

The sound files will be available online at http://neofuturist.blogspot.com from January 7th. You are invited to download the work at home and then bring along your iPod/iPhone/mp3 player and listen to it in our “auditorium”; or alternatively, you can pick up a pre-loaded iPod at the door (limited numbers available).

Preview: Friday 7th January 2011 @ 7 - 9 pm with an exclusive performance and artists' talk by Joseph Young, aided and abetted by Peter Faulkner.

More information: http://www.neofuturist.org


EVENT

PAST PERFORMANCE IS NO GUARANTEE OF FUTURE RESULTS


Dates:
Fri Nov 21, 2008 00:00 - Mon Nov 03, 2008

The Neo-Futurist Collective present
PAST PERFORMANCE IS NO GUARANTEE OF FUTURE RESULTS

Sat 21st, Sun 22nd Nov 2008 12-5pm
Private View: Friday Nov 21st 6-9pm
Wed 25th Nov 7-9pm: Guest Artists Ginny Farnham
and Johanna Berger remix the exhibition

Blank Gallery and Studios, 108 North St. Portslade, BRIGHTON BN41 1DG

Once upon a time in America three artists travelled down Wall Street.
As they walked markets collapsed and dismantled around them. The
Earth shook. Structures cracked, haemorrhaging bloody paper trails
onto the street. They looked and spoke, then putting their hands in
their pockets they journeyed home to tell what they had seen …

You are invited to an exhibition exploring the mythology of Wall
Street, originally the boundary of old New York City, built to secure
assets and protect from attack. Beginning with the first ever car
bomb at the start of the C20th and concluding with extraordinary
current events. The Neo-Futurist Collective ask: As the modern
world’s financial hub, how does that boundary function now?

Rowena Easton, Rachel Gadsden, Abigail Norris, Joseph Young

Press and enquiries:
Joseph Young: artofnoises@gmail.com
+44(0)7973 714589

Web:
www.neofuturist.org
http://neofuturist.blogspot.com