Ryoji Ikeda’s new a/v artwork test pattern [N°12] is now open at The Store X

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The Store X The Vinyl Factory presents the Japanese artist’s latest multi-sensory installation.

The latest iteration of Ryoji Ikeda’s ongoing test pattern series, test pattern [N°12] is now open at The Store X, 180 The Strand in London.

Commissioned by The Store X The Vinyl Factory, the immersive installation sees Ikeda convert data (from music, sound, photo and video) into monochrome binary patterns that are generated in real-time, and envelop the viewer in a disorientating, highly-charged kinetic environment.

Watch a preview of the work above.


Visitor information:

Ryoji Ikeda – test pattern [N°12]

5th Oct – 14th Dec 2017

Tuesday – Saturday: 12pm-7pm
Sunday: 12pm – 6pm

The Store Xs
180 The Strand,
London, WC2R 1EA

FREE ENTRY


test pattern [N°12] is one of three site-specific The Store X The Vinyl Factory commissions to appear at The Store X this autumn, presented alongside Arthur Jafa’s Kanye West-soundtracked video work Love is the Message, the Message is Death, and Jeremy Shaw’s sci-fi pseudo-documentary Liminals. All three will run parallel to The Vinyl Factory and Lisson Gallery’s major exhibition Everything At Once.

UPDATE: Arthur Jafa & Ryoji Ikeda installations extended until 14th December.

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