Open Day

 


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Open Day at

Siobhan Davies Studios will open its entire building to view as part of the city wide celebration of architecture on Saturday 19 June.

Visitors will be free to explore all areas of the RIBA award-winning building designed by Sarah Wigglesworth, and experience a number of events through the day all of which are free of charge.

Installation: Audialsense

2-5pm
Installed in the impressive Roof Studio, this durational work uses dense tonal chords of sine waves, based on the wavelengths associated with the dimensions of the Studio. The modulation of these tones is based on the stuttering rhythmic patterns of the cladding systems on the nearby Strata SE1 tower by architects BFLS. Recently completed, this visually striking building is visible from the Studios' windows.

Workshop: Experiencing sound through movement

12 noon-1.30pm
Siobhan Davies Dance will lead a workshop using movement to heighten the experience of the Audialsense installation and the invisible architecture it creates in the Roof Studio. Participants will be guided in their explorations of passing through the different volumes of sound, making choices in the pathways they Carve through the space. This workshop is supported by BFLS.
Booking required on: 020 7091 9650

Royal College of Art - Meet the artists

2pm-5pm
Students from the Royal College of Art, MA Ceramics & Glass, show work as part of their 'Site' Project, Out of Practice. Demonstrating a lively and individual response to the architecture of Siobhan Davies Studios the works inhabit spaces around the building. Visitors will have the opportunity to meet and talk to the artists involved about their work.

Foundation Stone Ceremony

5pm
This ceremony will mark the installation of a foundation stone created by the artist Laura Wilson with the buildings architect, Sarah Wigglesworth. Free event.

  • FREE

Where

Siobhan Davies Studios
85 St George's Road, London, SE1 6ER
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Mon-Thu 10am-8pm; Fri & Sat 10am-5pm; Sun 10am-2pm

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