Isha Bøhling, an artist working with sound and music composition, has been announced as the first artist in residence of London Metropolitan University’s Sonic Arts Residency pilot programme.
The Sonic Arts Residency programme allows guests to use University facilities and equipment in order to develop their artistic research. The works created on the residency culminate in a public performance at the end of the programme, aiming to integrate students on the experience.
Dr Elaine Thomazi-Freitas, principal lecturer in creative technologies and digital media at London Met, said: “This is a highly exciting time to be a music student at London Met. Programmes, such as the Sonic Arts Residency, allow our students to gain hands-on experience and see what it’s like to develop interdisciplinary works from initial concept to public exhibition.
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Sonic Arts Residency programme
Isha Bøhling's Sonic Arts Residency
8 April to 12 April, from 12-6pm daily
The private viewing of Isha Bøhling's exhibition as the first artist-in-residence is on Friday 5 April 2019 at 5pm, with a live performance at 6.30pm.