Fred Deakin presents: Intravox

Exhibition poster displayer primary coloured blocks that appear 3D

30 Oct - 12 Nov 2015

Join us for INTRAVOX, an immersive, interactive audio-visual installation by Professor Fred Deakin, Chair of Interactive Digital Arts at the University of the Arts London.
Five large "alien heads" are set to land in the Lethaby Gallery: until they are approached they are asleep, but once one of them senses an individual approaching it will awaken. Once awakened each head will sing a phrase, note or word: the exact output, tone and sound will depend on the hand movements of the observer who must conduct their own sculpture and attempt to create unison with other audience members. The five voices are soprano, alto, tenor, bass and beatbox that together will create a complete soundscape from multiple elements, entirely unique every time it is generated.

Lunchtime Talk: Join Fred Deakin for an artist led tour of the exhibition.
Tuesday 10 November | 1 - 2pm
This event is free and open to the public. 

Intravox is the sequel to Fred Deakin’s ‘Electricity Comes From Other Planets’ comissioned by Paris’ La Gaite Lyrique in 2012.

This exhibition is generously supported by Intel and Bowers Wilkins.