Sound and Vision – where Music Meets Art

15 September – 6 October 2022

Sound and Vision is a group show curated by Robert Dunt ( which features artists inspired by music, musicians who make art and sound and video pieces by contemporary experimental musicians, composers and artists.

Art has always been inspired by music. Kandinsky’s ground breaking abstract paintings were inspired by the classical music of Schöenberg in the early 1900s. With the rise of rock and roll, rap, indie and heavy metal there is a huge new range of music for contemporary artists to be inspired by. This exhibition aims to show how contemporary visual artists are still stimulated by music.

The creative worlds are now also far more open and cross fertilisation is rife. Many musicians also make visual art and experimental musicians, composers and artists make songs and sound pieces that can be considered art. The exhibition aims to bring all these kinds of contemporary creativity together to make a show where music meets art.

Artists: Alexander Hinks, David Heathcote, David Wiseman, Hannes Buder, Jah Wobble, Jo Whittle, John Strutton and Riccardo Carbone, Jon Klien, Jonathan Luke, Martin Thulin, Matteo Uggeri, Natalie Dowse, Owen Houlston, Robert Dunt, Robin Green, Phil Illingworth, Peter Burgess and Sibéal Colley.

Merton Arts Space
Wimbledon Library, 35 Wimbledon Hill Road, London SW19 7NB

Private View: 15 September, 7pm – 10pm
Exhibition dates: 16 September – 6 October 2022
Opening times: Monday – Friday: 12 – 7pm & Saturday 1pm – 5pm
Please note early 3pm closing 29 September