Audiovisual Installations

  • 10th - 16th Nov 2020
Jim Hobbs: Moribund States (2020) detail

Unit 3 – 3A Greenwich Market. Opens 11 – 5 daily

Experience world leading audio-visual art in the heart of the community as the SOUND/IMAGE Festival transforms a shop unit within historic Greenwich Market into a contemporary exhibition space, hosting international artists and newly commissioned works that explore the interplay of sound and light. Suitable for all ages. May have flashing lights.  

Featuring the work of Jim Hobbs, Pouloumi Desai and Amit Patel.

This exhibition is part of the Greenwich Sound/Image Festival. Below is the sound featured in the installation.

Jim Hobbs · A Decelerated Gospel

Your Visit

Following the government lockdown, this exhibition has been reconfigured so that it is possible to view and engage with it through the shop windows. Booking not necessary. More information via the link below.

In the meantime, Sounds and video from the exhibition, interviews with the artists and a 360° photograph of the installation are available in the link below.

We gratefully acknowledge funding support from Royal Borough of Greenwich

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