Wed 25 Apr 2018

Jennifer Walshe Sound Salon: Erica Scourti

Wed 25 Apr 2018
18.45 - 20.30
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New Wing

Sound Salon aims to fuel critical discussion, new vocabulary and analysis in sound, music and technology, supporting communities and practitioners in these fields to understand how the internet is shaping the field.

For this edition of the Sound Salon series, Jennifer Walshe will be in-conversation with Studios resident Erica Scourti discussing the impact of new technologies on ideas of the self and collective experience through everyday media. Erica is an artist and writer who explores these topics through her practice. Her current show ‘Spill Sections’ is on at Studio RCA until 18 April 2018.

Erica Scourti was born in Athens, Greece and is now based in London and Athens. Her work draws on personal experience to explore life, labour, gender and love in an algorithmic age and has been shown internationally at spaces like the Wellcome Collection, Kunsthalle Wien, Microscope Gallery, New York, Hayward Gallery, Munich Kunstverein, EMST Athens, Autoitalia and South London Gallery. She has published essays in Documents of Contemporary Art: Information (2016, MIT Press) and Fiction as Method (Sternberg, November 2017). She is currently a resident of Somerset House Studios, London.


Enter the world of Aisteach, the fictional Avant-Garde Archive of Ireland, created by Associate Artist Jennifer Walshe. The latest Studios podcast was recorded at this year's Sonic Acts Academy, Amsterdam, where the film An Gléacht was presented with a performance from Jennifer Walshe and Mario de Vega.