OMA/Progress exhibition curated by Rotor at Barbican Art Gallery, Off Modern presents an night of sound, visuals and performances by artists, filmmakers, designers and musicians engaged in deconstructing the spatial experience and architecture of the Barbican, and mapping futuristic scenarios. The event will take place in the Barbican Foyers and Art Gallery, as well as its labyrinthine corridors and public spaces, inside and out. You can find out more about Off Modern here  "/>
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Barbican
Thursday 24 November 2011

FREE

Eat Your Own Ears curate Blackout Sessions, one of two stages at Off Modern Late open until 1am. Blackout Sessions, run by Late of The Pier’s Sam Potter, are gigs in which the bands play in complete darkness. With the line up kept secret Blackout Sessions provide a unique opportunity for an audience, a chance to experience live music free from expectations and preconceptions.

As part of the OMA/Progress exhibition curated by Rotor at Barbican Art Gallery, Off Modern presents an night of sound, visuals and performances by artists, filmmakers, designers and musicians engaged in deconstructing the spatial experience and architecture of the Barbican, and mapping futuristic scenarios. The event will take place in the Barbican Foyers and Art Gallery, as well as its labyrinthine corridors and public spaces, inside and out.

You can find out more about Off Modern here



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Barbican
Thursday 24 November 2011

FREE

Eat Your Own Ears curate Blackout Sessions, one of two stages at Off Modern Late open until 1am. Blackout Sessions, run by Late of The Pier’s Sam Potter, are gigs in which the bands play in complete darkness. With the line up kept secret Blackout Sessions provide a unique opportunity for an audience, a chance to experience live music free from expectations and preconceptions.

As part of the OMA/Progress exhibition curated by Rotor at Barbican Art Gallery, Off Modern presents an night of sound, visuals and performances by artists, filmmakers, designers and musicians engaged in deconstructing the spatial experience and architecture of the Barbican, and mapping futuristic scenarios. The event will take place in the Barbican Foyers and Art Gallery, as well as its labyrinthine corridors and public spaces, inside and out.

You can find out more about Off Modern here



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Barbican
Thursday 24 November 2011

FREE

Eat Your Own Ears curate Blackout Sessions, one of two stages at Off Modern Late open until 1am. Blackout Sessions, run by Late of The Pier’s Sam Potter, are gigs in which the bands play in complete darkness. With the line up kept secret Blackout Sessions provide a unique opportunity for an audience, a chance to experience live music free from expectations and preconceptions.

As part of the OMA/Progress exhibition curated by Rotor at Barbican Art Gallery, Off Modern presents an night of sound, visuals and performances by artists, filmmakers, designers and musicians engaged in deconstructing the spatial experience and architecture of the Barbican, and mapping futuristic scenarios. The event will take place in the Barbican Foyers and Art Gallery, as well as its labyrinthine corridors and public spaces, inside and out.

You can find out more about Off Modern here



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Barbican
Thursday 24 November 2011

FREE

Eat Your Own Ears curate Blackout Sessions, one of two stages at Off Modern Late open until 1am. Blackout Sessions, run by Late of The Pier’s Sam Potter, are gigs in which the bands play in complete darkness. With the line up kept secret Blackout Sessions provide a unique opportunity for an audience, a chance to experience live music free from expectations and preconceptions.

As part of the OMA/Progress exhibition curated by Rotor at Barbican Art Gallery, Off Modern presents an night of sound, visuals and performances by artists, filmmakers, designers and musicians engaged in deconstructing the spatial experience and architecture of the Barbican, and mapping futuristic scenarios. The event will take place in the Barbican Foyers and Art Gallery, as well as its labyrinthine corridors and public spaces, inside and out.

You can find out more about Off Modern here



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Barbican
Thursday 24 November 2011

FREE

Eat Your Own Ears curate Blackout Sessions, one of two stages at Off Modern Late open until 1am. Blackout Sessions, run by Late of The Pier’s Sam Potter, are gigs in which the bands play in complete darkness. With the line up kept secret Blackout Sessions provide a unique opportunity for an audience, a chance to experience live music free from expectations and preconceptions.

As part of the OMA/Progress exhibition curated by Rotor at Barbican Art Gallery, Off Modern presents an night of sound, visuals and performances by artists, filmmakers, designers and musicians engaged in deconstructing the spatial experience and architecture of the Barbican, and mapping futuristic scenarios. The event will take place in the Barbican Foyers and Art Gallery, as well as its labyrinthine corridors and public spaces, inside and out.

You can find out more about Off Modern here



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Barbican
Thursday 24 November 2011

FREE

Eat Your Own Ears curate Blackout Sessions, one of two stages at Off Modern Late open until 1am. Blackout Sessions, run by Late of The Pier’s Sam Potter, are gigs in which the bands play in complete darkness. With the line up kept secret Blackout Sessions provide a unique opportunity for an audience, a chance to experience live music free from expectations and preconceptions.

As part of the OMA/Progress exhibition curated by Rotor at Barbican Art Gallery, Off Modern presents an night of sound, visuals and performances by artists, filmmakers, designers and musicians engaged in deconstructing the spatial experience and architecture of the Barbican, and mapping futuristic scenarios. The event will take place in the Barbican Foyers and Art Gallery, as well as its labyrinthine corridors and public spaces, inside and out.

You can find out more about Off Modern here



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Barbican
Thursday 24 November 2011

FREE

Eat Your Own Ears curate Blackout Sessions, one of two stages at Off Modern Late open until 1am. Blackout Sessions, run by Late of The Pier’s Sam Potter, are gigs in which the bands play in complete darkness. With the line up kept secret Blackout Sessions provide a unique opportunity for an audience, a chance to experience live music free from expectations and preconceptions.

As part of the OMA/Progress exhibition curated by Rotor at Barbican Art Gallery, Off Modern presents an night of sound, visuals and performances by artists, filmmakers, designers and musicians engaged in deconstructing the spatial experience and architecture of the Barbican, and mapping futuristic scenarios. The event will take place in the Barbican Foyers and Art Gallery, as well as its labyrinthine corridors and public spaces, inside and out.

You can find out more about Off Modern here



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Barbican
Thursday 24 November 2011

FREE

Eat Your Own Ears curate Blackout Sessions, one of two stages at Off Modern Late open until 1am. Blackout Sessions, run by Late of The Pier’s Sam Potter, are gigs in which the bands play in complete darkness. With the line up kept secret Blackout Sessions provide a unique opportunity for an audience, a chance to experience live music free from expectations and preconceptions.

As part of the OMA/Progress exhibition curated by Rotor at Barbican Art Gallery, Off Modern presents an night of sound, visuals and performances by artists, filmmakers, designers and musicians engaged in deconstructing the spatial experience and architecture of the Barbican, and mapping futuristic scenarios. The event will take place in the Barbican Foyers and Art Gallery, as well as its labyrinthine corridors and public spaces, inside and out.

You can find out more about Off Modern here



BLACKOUT

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Barbican
Thursday 24 November 2011

FREE

Eat Your Own Ears curate Blackout Sessions, one of two stages at Off Modern Late open until 1am. Blackout Sessions, run by Late of The Pier’s Sam Potter, are gigs in which the bands play in complete darkness. With the line up kept secret Blackout Sessions provide a unique opportunity for an audience, a chance to experience live music free from expectations and preconceptions.

As part of the OMA/Progress exhibition curated by Rotor at Barbican Art Gallery, Off Modern presents an night of sound, visuals and performances by artists, filmmakers, designers and musicians engaged in deconstructing the spatial experience and architecture of the Barbican, and mapping futuristic scenarios. The event will take place in the Barbican Foyers and Art Gallery, as well as its labyrinthine corridors and public spaces, inside and out.

You can find out more about Off Modern here







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