Family Weekend: Lung Songs - An Experimental Choir

Serpentine Gallery

6 May 2017 - 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM7 May 2017 - 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM

Family Weekend: Lung Songs - An Experimental Choir

Admission Free

Throughout this two-day voice workshop, artist Jenny Moore and a group of singers from F*CHOIR, invite you to join their temporary experimental choir.

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Humans breathe an average of 550 litres of oxygen everyday.

Throughout this two-day voice workshop, artist Jenny Moore and a group of singers from F*CHOIR, invite you to join their temporary experimental choir. Using words, breathing, moving, drawing, shouting, listening, clapping, stomping, and singing, we will make songs about breathing -- finding voices inside the air waves. Get lost in the lights, vibrations, whirly tubes and strange sounds.

This immersive workshop is for all ages, all genders, all bodies, all singing levels.

A new song cycle will begin on the hour but drop-ins are very welcome at any time.

This event is programmed in parallel to A World View: John Latham at the Serpentine Gallery until Sunday, May 21.

The Serpentine Galleries have signed up to the Family Arts Standards. We welcome families and to help you enjoy your experience we are committed to ensuring we meet these Standards. More information for visiting the Serpentine Galleries with your Family.

 

 

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Jenny Moore, Radical People, 2015 (c) Alberto Garcia del Castillo

Jenny Moore, Radical People, 2015 (c) Alberto Garcia del Castillo

Jenny Moore, Radical People, 2015 (c) Alberto Garcia del Castillo

Family Day: Short-Lived Sculpture image 2

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Family Day: Short-Lived Sculpture
Photograph © Manuela Barczewski and Ben Messih

Jenny Moore

Jenny Moore

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Family Day: Short-Lived Sculpture image 4

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Family Day: Short-Lived Sculpture
Jenny Moore

Jenny Moore

2014

Photograph: Manuela Barczewski

Jenny Moore

Jenny Moore

2014

Photograph: Manuela Barczewski

Family Day: Short-Lived Sculpture image 5

2015
Family Day: Short-Lived Sculpture
Family Day with Jenny Moore

Family Day with Jenny Moore

Family Day: Short-Lived Sculpture image 4

2015
Family Day: Short-Lived Sculpture