Rupert Austin | Ilya Gurin-Babayeu | Mingda Bi | Elliot Buchanan | Anqi Deng | Reid Dudley Peirson | Weiqi Feng | Aliya Goldstone | Ben Harrison | Maxine Hayes | Jeremy Kent | Kezheng Li | Peiyang Li | Alberto De Luca | Steven Lui | Malay Madiyar | Martyn Riley | Xinyue Sheng | Banghan Xiao | Zijing Yan | Stella Chin-Ting Yang | Yilian Yu | Songyue Zhu

In ‘Designs for the Pluriverse’ (2018), anthropologist Arturo Escobar argues for “the transition toward plural ways of making the world” in this moment of multiple crises. The exhibition’s title, ‘A Pluriversal Volume’, weaves this imperative into Salomé Voegelin’s theories of sound curation, specifically the paradigm of volumes for the curation of sound-based works in gallery space. ‘A Pluriversal Volume’ brings together the 23 graduating sound artists in works that span sculpture, installation, video and performance: here in their communing, exhibition is conceived of as ‘pluriverse’, each work its own world of experimentation, research and play, in dialogue with each other.

The exhibition’s opening performance programme on Thursday 30 Nov, 14:00 – 16:00, includes live pieces by Ilya Gurin-Babayeu, Jeremy Kent, Alberto De Luca and Stella Chin-Ting Yang.

Curator: Irene Revell
Course Leader: Thomas Gardner

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