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Sounding DIY kicks off in April

The exhibition, workshop, talk and concert series will run until October

The homemade culture project called Sounding DIY gets underway in London in April. Running until October, its range of activities will bring together up to 30 artists for an exhibition, workshop, talks, concert and cataloguing.

“The aim of the exhibition is to present different works in the gallery space, as well as, the contribution to engaging audiences with a workshop,” says the project’s curator Laura Gracia. “The precariousness of artistic means will be solved with a new curatorial methodology that integrates different activities under the same concept. Here the exhibition, concert and workshop are all under one framework for action. So, its main interest is to reach audiences in an educational and participatory manner.”

The London venues include Cafe Oto, Iklectik Art Lab and New River Studios. Featured participants include Stephen Cornford, Dirty Electronics, Tom Richards and more. More information can be found on their website.