We’re delighted to announce that Metronome will be part of UK Young Artist City Takeover – a week where Nottingham welcomes 250 artists from 25 countries with over 100 FREE events over the course of one week, from exhibitions, films, gigs and spoken word events to exciting installations, innovative dance and performance art.
Where will it take place?
It will span the city, immersing visitors in an array of extraordinary, innovative and contemporary work. One of the largest showcases of national and international artists, UKYA City Takeover promises to be exciting, discerning and unique.
35 venues across the city will be taking part. These include unexpected spaces such as Old Market Square, Nottingham Railway Station and Intu Broadmarsh; and also arts venues Broadway Cinema and Nottingham Contemporary, plus a new pop up gallery in Hockley.
What’s happening in Metronome?
On Tuesday 12 February from 6pm, Metronome welcomes South Korea’s Berlin-based video & sound artist, techno DJ, musician and producer Red Pig Flower, M-Flute – an audiovisual performance using an electronically modified flute, and Simone Sims Longo – a composer and performer of electronic music.
This event is FREE but you must get a ticket – available now!