Max Cooper (Live 3D/AV)
Max Cooper has carved a unique space as an audio-visual artist with a science PhD and an international reputation as a leading electronic musician.
His work carries an emotional resonance and sensory immersion, often focusing on humanity’s place in the world. He merges electronic music and visual art with scientific enquiry through installations, live performance, immersive audio-visual experiences, a range of digital media and award-winning music videos.
Few have been so successful in interrogating and furthering the intersection between electronic music, visual art, technology and science in the past decade. Working with collaborators and large-scale institutions like the Barbican, Zaha Hadid Architects and Dolby, Cooper has developed a mixed-media approach to creation. Whether walk-through light installations, ground-breaking use of immersive sound, or club-ready techno releases, Cooper’s output of electronic exploration makes use of available technology while referencing that which came before it, and does so in a human way.
Presented by Bristol Beacon
14+ (Under 18s to be accompanied by an adult)
Start Time: 20.00
Finish : 23.00
“Cooper’s interests [reside] in the science of sequencing sound, becoming renowned for crafting a style of electronica with a distinct emotional resonance.”
Getting to the venue
Location: Trinity is located near Bristol City Centre, between Old Market and Lawrence Hill, 160m from West Street bus stop.
Bicycle racks can be found inside Trinity car park at the front and side of the venue. Find your nearest cycle routes using Cycle Planner.
Trinity has a pay and display car park at the venue with 75 spaces. Additional car parking can be found at Cabot Circus car park 600m from the venue.
Bristol Clean Air Zone
Trinity is outside but close to the Bristol Clean Air Zone. View a map of the Zone and check if your vehicle will be charged.
Lamb Street bus stop is 350m from the venue for eastbound services and Easton Road bus stop is 300m from the venue for westbound services.
Trinity has step-free level access from street level. Accessible parking bays in the car park are located by the Daytime Reception area. There is a viewing area (floor level) stage-left for wheelchair users and those who require a seat.
Accessible toilets are located to the right of the venue inside the hall.
Registered assistance dogs and emotional support animals are allowed in the venue and auditorium.
There is no induction loop facility at this venue.
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