Programme: 'Devon Turnbull: HiFi Listening Room Dream No. 1 and other works'
19 July 2023
Check below for a schedule of upcoming events and activations of Devon Turnbull's HiFi Listening Room Dream No. 1, open at Lisson Gallery London through 26 August
Pharoah Sanders day, hosted by Luaka Bop
Luaka Bop is a New York-based record label founded by David Byrne in 1988. The label has recently announced pre-orders for the definitive, remastered version of PHAROAH, Pharoah Sander's seminal record from 1977, in an embossed 2 LP box set.
Russell Lee Fine in residence
A three-day tenure hosting vintage LP listening sessions. Thursday's session features Charles Mingus, Henry Threadgill, Alice Coltrane, Thelonious Monk, Duke Ellington, Milton Nascimento & Lô Borges, Magic Sam and more. Friday's session features Julius Hemphill, Sony Rollins, Big Joe Turner, Celestine Ukwu, Shirley Scott and others, as well as a new release from Jason Adasiewicz.
Mo Yasin in residence
Mo Yasin is a Brooklyn-based sound-system designer, DJ and event producer whose practices explore the connection between form and function in audio hardware and design.
*Please note that the gallery will close earlier than usual at 5pm on Friday 11 August.
OUTPUTS presents Sampler 1
Audiovisual label OUTPUTS was founded in 2020, focusing on collaborations in music and art, curated by artists Haroon Mirza and Jack Jelfs. Preview of their forthcoming compilation “Sampler 1” including Eddie Peake, Chooc Ly Tan and Fracture among others.
16 August, 2-4pm
'Come With Fierce Grace', hosted by Alabaster de Plume
Chicago-based record label International Anthem and OJAS present the latest recording from Alabaster de Plume, 'Come With Fierce Grace', releasing on 8 September.
19 & 26 August
'Master Tape Saturdays' with OJAS and Blue Note
For the last two Saturdays of 'HiFi Listening Room Dream No.1 and other works' in London, join Turnbull for a celebration of iconic Blue Note recordings on original reel-to-reel tapes made by Rudy Van Gelder, direct from the Blue Note archives.
1pm 'Out to Lunch' by Eric Dolphy
2pm 'The Sidewinder' by Lee Morgan
3pm 'Speak No Evil' by Wayne Shorter
4pm 'Maiden Voyage' by Herbie Hancock
5pm 'Blue Train' by John Coltrane'
The sessions are free, but space is limited and queues expected. We kindly ask that visitors stay for just one session if people are waiting.