Celebrate all things Gursky with a set inspired by the artist’s love of techno to celebrate the unveiling of Queen Elizabeth Hall’s brand new standing venue.
Drawing from Gursky’s interest in ‘the way that the world is constituted’, this special late-night event features a forward-thinking line-up of sound artists who share a similar fascination with atoms and the void.
Hear JASSS’s metallic field recordings, frenzied improv duo Giant Swan, and Pan Daijing’s ‘near asphyxiating’ interpretation of noise and techno.
This trio of artists are among the most celebrated and progressive young musicians working in experimental electronics today, and make their Boiler Room debut at this event.
Pan Daijing also premieres her original composition for the exhibition, with the soundtrack looped continuously throughout the night.
Concrete Lates is Southbank Centre’s new late-night music series, bringing you underground sounds until 2am in Queen Elizabeth Hall.