Samuel Hertz, winner of the 2017-18 DARE Art Prize by Opera North and the University of Leeds’ Cultural Institute, will be showcasing the outcome of his residency, What must have been a painted landscape… in the Howard Assembly Room at 7.45pm on Tuesday 29th January.

We would like to invite you to join us as Samuel presents the outcomes of his year of artistic research through a multi-media concert and talk. His work creates exciting and new connections between sounds and environment, as well as within the realm of the individual, the social, and the everyday. Hertz’s research on the topic of Infrasound — sound below the level of human hearing — has touched on a wide breadth of subjects stemming from climate change, to human and non-human geographies, and the environmental listening strategies of occult practitioners.

This free but ticketed event will combine multi-media performance, composed work for piano and tubular bells, and a talk bringing to life the past year of experimentation and discovery. Tickets are available from Eventbrite here:

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