An exciting exhibition opens this week at Greenwich University’s Stephen Lawrence Gallery. Drawing Towards Sound showcases contemporary notational practices and other visual/music interactions, starting from Cage/Knowles’ Notations and coming through to present-day work in film and other media. The list of exhibitors looks enticing enough:
Hallveig Agústsdóttir / Sam Belinfante / Vicki Bennett / Carl Bergstrom-Nielsen / Pierre Boulez / Earle Brow / George Brecht / James Brooks / Laura Buckley / John Cage / Cornelius Cardew / Alvin Curran / Tom Dale / Morton Feldman / Vinko Globokar / Christophe Guiraud / Roman Haubenstock-Ramati / Neil Henderson / Richard Hoadley / Joan Key / Catherine Konz / John Lely / Michelle Lewis-King / Anestis Logothetis / Onyee Lo / Anton Lukoszevieze / Farah Mulla / Rie Nakajima / Luigi Nono / Marianthi Papalexandri-Alexandri / Tim Parkinson / Michael Parsons / Simon Payne / Helen Petts / Lauren Redhead / Aura Satz / Thomas Smetryns / Karlheinz Stockhausen / Chiyoko Szlavnics / Jennifer Walshe / John Wollaston / Christian Wolff / Iannis Xenakis
There will be a performance by Alvin Curran and others on 12 March, and the website also mentions a performance of Treatise, although no date seems to be available for that yet. (Update: it will be at 6.30, Wednesday 25 March.)
Opening times for the gallery seem to be 10am-5pm weekdays, 11am-4pm Saturdays. The exhibition runs from 4 March to 2 April.