Sol LeWitt - Inevitable Music

Punta della Dogana, Teatrino di Palazzo Grassi
13/10 - 14/10/2016


With composer Sébastien Roux
and scholar Béatrice Gross

Sol LeWitt’s Wall Drawing #343 is one of the most emblematic artworks of the exhibition “Accrochage” on view at Punta della Dogana through November 20. Inspired by the unique work of the American artist, French composer Sébastien Roux, a 2015-2016 artist in residence at Villa Medici - French Academy in Rome, composed many electronic and acoustic translations of LeWitt's wall drawings under the title "Inevitable Music".

Thursday, October 13th - Teatrino di Palazzo Grassi
6pm: Talk by Sol LeWitt scholar and curator Béatrice Gross
6.45pm: Listening session in the foyer with pieces from "Inevitable Music" composed by Sébastien Roux

Friday, October 14th - Punta della Dogana
5pm: pieces from Sébastien Roux's "Inevitable Music" will be performed by Ensemble Dedalus in the exhibition rooms, in front of Sol LeWitt's monumental wall drawing

Talk in French with simultaneous interpreting in Italian
Free entry to the Teatrino and Punta della Dogana