Initial design and feasibility work to convert a listed barn into a music performance space for a classical music summer school.
Chance de Silva recommended a local architect with historic buildings experience (Jonathan Rhind) who took the project forward with planning consents, a developed design and site works.
Chance de Silva and Scanner devised a sound sculpture – Vex Bell – for a Royal Academy event at Walmer Yard, designed by Peter Salter. Called “Experiencing Architecture: Inviting Dialogue”, the event included talks, dance, music and architecture.
Concrete house and integral music/sound collaboration by Chance de Silva and Scanner.
Music studio for string quartet teaching and practice.
Invited to make an art proposal for a derelict Palazzo, Palazzo Mora, as part of the Venice Architectural Bienalle, an installation was installed in a dilapidated staircase of the palazzo. The architecture and sound piece consisted of architectural formwork, for the future project Vex, with sound by Scanner which integrated the sounds of unseen occupants with samples from Erik Satie’s ‘Vexations.’
Steve Chance and Robin Rimbeau (Scanner) played music, including Robin’s response to Alvin Lucier – sounds decaying in space – and talked about music and architecture.