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Brunel's Artist-in-Residence: YouAreHere Public Programme


Experience the works currently installed on the Brunel University London campus in a walking-tour guided by the Artist-in-Residence, Phil Coy.

Open to the general public, Phil Coy will deliver a lecture describing his research in Lecture Theatre E of the iconic brutalist Lecture Centre, used for the infamous ‘Luduvico therapy scene’ in Stanley Kubrick’s Clockwork Orange (1971). He will describe the research behind a new permanent sculptural commission, Conical forms [three listening devices], which will be installed at Brunel University in 2020. This will be followed by a conversation between the artist and Brunel's Professor in Experimental Particle Physics, Akram Khan.

A buffet lunch will be provided at 13:00, on the mezzanine level of the iconic Brunel Lecture Centre, followed by the walking tour from 13:30.

At 14:30, a drinks reception on the mezzanine level of the Lecture Centre will refresh the walkers before Phil Coy's Lecture begins, in Lecture Theatre E, at 15:00.

The residency and Public Programme is accompanied by a poster edition and commissioned text by artist, curator and writer, Richard Grayson.

For more information about Phil Coy's residency - see YouAreHere.work