A free rooftop party featuring DJs, live performance and art, is happening at the De La Warr Pavilion, Bexhill, tomorrow (Saturday) from 1pm to 6pm.
Dear Serge is a new bi-monthly Saturday event named after one of the forward-thinking architects of the De La Warr Pavilion, Serge Chermayeff.
Performances will come from a diverse cross section of artists and musicians.
Artist Sophie Giblin (1pm to 3pm), will be investigating the neuroscience of memory.
Andie Brown as These Feathers Have Plumes (2pm), who creates sonic landscapes primarily using double bass and glass, found sound and field recordings.
Kirsten Reynolds (performance at 3pm) revels in customising redundant and discarded equipment to form new instruments and unusual musical possibilities celebrating the ridiculous and sublime.
Billy Roisz (5pm) is one of the best-known figures on the Austrian experimental scene as a video and sound artist.
DJ Terror Wogan will be playing music throughout, Guy Gormley will present a combination of projected video loops activating material from ‘Vigil’, a document of nocturnal journeys, and a selection of video works by Matt Calderwood will be screened that relate to the Exposure Sculptures recently installed on the roof of the pavilion.
For full details visit www.dlwp.com.