Saturday 21st of September – Cave of Sounds at the V&A’s Digital Design Weekend


The Music Hackspace’s very own resident project Cave of Sounds will be part of the Digital Design Weekend at the V&A, an event that celebrates collaborations in digital art, design and science, including interactive installations, bacteria textiles, hacking projects, biotechnology, inventive electronics, family activities and more.

When: Saturday 21st 10.30-16.30 (Cave of Sounds only. To see the full event programme click here). 

Where: Victoria and Albert Museum, Hochhauser Auditorium, Sackler Centre. Cromwell Rd, London SW7 2RL ‎

Entrance: Free

Cave of Sounds is an interactive sound installation created by artist in residence Tim Murray-Browne with members of the Music Hackspace. It’s the outcome of the Ensemble project, exploring what it means to hack new musical interfaces together. Join us and take part in an interactive sound installation through a circle of networked instruments. Created through Sound and Music’s Embedded Composer in Residence programme with the Music Hackspace. With support from the Esmée Fairbairn Foundation and Arts Council England.

The Cave of Sounds is created by Tim Murray-Browne with Dom Aversano, Sus Garcia, Wallace Hobbes, Daniel Lopez, Tadeo Sendon, Panagiotis Tigas and Kacper Ziemianin. 

Special thanks for support to Duncan Chapman, Atau Tanaka, Hannah Bujic, Jean-Baptiste Thiebaut, Martin Klang, Nick Sherrard, The Centre for Creative Collaboration, Troyganic, Queen Mary University of London and Mind The Film.


The Cave of Sounds from Tim Murray-Browne on Vimeo.





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