(SPINDLETOP, TEXAS) 2017
This Friday we reveal a large-scale installation in the Edmond J. Safra Fountain Court by the artist John Gerrard. Commissioned and set to be broadcast by Channel 4 as part of their Man Made Planet season, the work stands as a symbol of climate change and modern society’s dependence on oil.
Presented on a giant LED screen, Western Flag (Spindletop, Texas) 2017 shows a flag formed of endlessly emitting trails of thick black smoke, flying silently in a virtual recreation of the barren landscape of Spindletop, Texas, the birthplace of the modern oil industry. And to mark World Earth Day on Saturday we're keeping our site open through the night into Sunday morning with the installation reflecting the changing Texan landscape in real-time. #WesternFlag
FRI 21 - THU 27 APR
OPEN DAILY, 07.00 - 23.00 & OVERNIGHT ON SAT 22 APR THE EDMOND J. SAFRA FOUNTAIN COURT FREE
SONY WORLD PHOTOGRAPHY AWARD & MARTIN PARR -
Featuring rich and fascinating photographic stories from key figures and emerging talent of the photography scene today, this year's tenth anniversary edition includes a special exhibition of rarely seen work by British photographer Martin Parr, recipient of the Outstanding Contribution to Photography Prize. #SWPA
FRI 21 APR - SUN 7 MAY
MON - FRI 10.00 - 21.00 (EXC MON 1 MAY)
SAT & SUN 10.00 - 20.00
WEST & EAST WINGS
£7 - £18
A fascinating look at the creative process behind game design that reveals how traditional forms of chess, billiards and mazes continue to influence designers making innovative new games today. Don't miss our pop-up shop to accompany the exhibition, with an exclusive range of specially sourced books, games and prints.
**** Londonist.com #SHGameChangers
UNTIL 7 MAY
MON, TUE, SAT & SUN 10.00 - 18.00
WED - FRI 11.00 - 20.00 TERRACE ROOMS, SOUTH WING
The next event in Jennifer Walshe's Sound Salon series is presented by writer and composer Robert Barry who will be discussing his new book The Music of the Future.
Where are today’s musical futurists? Rather than being a book of predictions or speculations about how to save the music business or the bleeding edge of technologies, The Music of the Future is more like a history of fascinating failures, mapping 200 years of attempts by composers, performers and critics to imagine a future for music. #SoundSalon
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