Max Cooper's September Highlights

Mon 5th Oct

After the success of his last 3 sell-out shows, Yearning For The Infinite, One Hundred Billion Sparks and Aether, Max Cooper has left no doubt that he is in a league of his own when it comes to interlacing science, art and the audio-visual space with the real world. As we look ahead to his latest daring venture, OUR VOID, at one of London’s most iconic buildings The Roundhouse, here are Max Cooper's September highlights, including new music and more.

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MAX COOPER SEPTEMBER HIGHLIGHTS


The Earth EP


Following on from recent contemporary classical album ‘Glassforms’, reinterpreting Philip Glass scores with acclaimed pianist Bruce Brubaker, Max Cooper returns to the core of his art with the Earth EP - beautiful, intricately scored electronic pieces accompanied with short films visualising epic scale earthly processes, human growth, storm surges, evolving ice formations and ballooning cityscapes.


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Sonar Live A/V and talk

Barcelona’s flagship electronic music festival, Sonar, invited Max to take part in their first digital conference to talk about the critically acclaimed 'Yearning for the Infinite', an album born out of a commission by the Barbican in London. The Session explores the visual project with guest appearances from long time collaborators. Sign-up to be notified when it's available to re-watch.


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Electronic: The Exhibition

London’s design museum has a jaw-dropping exhibition on how electronic music rewired the club. Featuring Max Cooper alongside industry giants like The Chemical Brothers and Kraftwerk, the 3D audio-visual journey explores the development of club culture, DIY design aesthetics and iconic electronic music photography. Well worth checking out.


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Imagine For 1 Minute film score

Whether it’s warping peak time electronica or ambient Daedalian odysseys, Max Cooper’s compositions have transcended electronic music into the world of cinema and his latest score for Imagine For 1 Minute, a short film by the United Nations, provides the perfect backdrop to a conversation that desperately needs to be had about our future.


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