Sounds Like THIS Festival Installations
We are excited to be hosting a number of installations at Archive this March as part of Leeds’ eclectic, diverse and boundary-pushing festival Sounds Like THIS. The festival presents cutting edge music, sound art and visual installations by leading artists and emerging talent working across a broad range of disciplines.
Sounds Like THIS gives a voice to new and exciting music which is traditionally under-represented in the mainstream, presenting work which is intriguing, engaging and challenging. Featured works are predominantly new or created in last five years.
More about the installations that will be based at Archive from 11th – 18th March 2020:
Do you ever feel like you’ve relived something before? This 5.1 surround audiovisual experience combines cinematic and electronic soundscapes with abstract visualisations, creating an immersive, sensory experience.
Producer: Callum Lewis
Projection Artist: Marie Collier
The Cube is an art installation, designed as an immersive piece of progressive artwork, intended to explore how people feel about the links between live events, maths and art, and the emotions they feel when they see the piece.
Artist & Project Manager: Emily Hobbs
Lighting Programmer: Jacob Martin
This cutting edge digital artwork explores the troubled relationships with our planet and each other. The admiration of beauty versus wilful destruction. The need to love and the compulsion to hate. The chaos of a structured society. Will you listen to what Mother Nature is telling you? Which way will you turn?
Created by: Jamie Kenny, Paayal Shukla & Charlie Smith
Sounds Like THIS looks to the future of music, and celebrates artists who take risks and push boundaries.