Based in Osaka, Japan, Tetsuya Umeda’s work focuses on the creation of profoundly dynamic environments, through the combination of architectural structures, sound and light, and considers their impacts on human behaviour. His works, which are commonly site-specific and temporal, utilise found domestic objects, transforming these varied elements from their daily familiarity into a transcendent spectacle of the unexpected.
This event takes place in Ross Manning’s exhibition where the artist will perform his own instruments against a backdrop of his largest sound sculpture to date.
The bar will be open from 6pm, with performances starting at 7pm.
This is a free event with all welcome. Please let us know you can attend via Eventbrite here.