Ebe Oke – Field

Fri-16-Jun 1pm

Part of Creativity and Well-being Week.

Ebe Oke – Field

Ebe Oke is an experimental artist and electroacoustic composer who has worked with renowned artists such as Laurie Anderson and Brian Eno. Ebe’s works often feature sounds from the natural world dramatically transformed through digital processing. Field is an extraordinary work that absorbs the listener in a continuously unfolding sonic landscape that allows them to create their own journey.


About Creativity and Well-being Week:

London Creativity and Well-being Week has now become a crucial feature in the capital’s cultural calendar. There is a growing body of evidence indicating the profound effect engagement in the arts and creativity can have on health and well-being. The arts bring us alive, nourish our curiosity, help us learn – they change the places in which we are treated – and make them places we might want to be, they can improve the relationship between clinician and patient, and they give us the courage to face our own frailties and strengths. With debates and discussions, performances and exhibitions, tours and practical sessions, the Week is an opportunity to find out more, make connections, be inspired, and shape the future of arts, creativity and wellbeing.


This performance will take place in the following location

St Thomas’ Hospital - Central Hall