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Christian Marclay & Steve Beresford's Pianorama

August 24, 2011 by Kay

Christian Marclay & Steve Beresford are at the Roundhouse as part of Ron Arad’s Curtain Call.

Marclay's film of pianist Steve Beresford's hands at the keyboard provides some of the most intriguing viewing on the Curtain. Watch as Beresford performs a live accompaniment to the film, adding two live hands to his multiplied and projected self.

The concert will take place inside the 360° screen designed by Ron Arad for the Roundhouse. The screen is a curtain made of 5,600 silicon rods, suspended from an 18 metre diameter ring – a canvas for which Christian Marclay designed 'Pianorama'.

Venue: Roundhouse, Chalk Farm Road, London NW1 8EH 9-29 Date: August 24 Wednesday Time: 7pm Tickets: Pay what you can: there’s no fixed price www.roundhouse.org.uk