Rymer Auditorium, University of York, UK


In 2015, potter and award winning writer, Edmund de Waal, commissioned
Martin Suckling to write a piece of music triangulating the colour white,
the poetry of Paul Celan and de Waal’s own practice. The result, Psalm
(after Celan)
 was premiered at the Royal Academy of Arts on 9 November
2015 to accompany de Waal’s exhibition, white: a project by Edmund de Waal.
Artist and composer discuss their collaboration and connections between
music, the visual arts and poetry.