The show, which pairs Lewis's paintings with Four Tet's music, opens at Elephant West in London this Friday.
Kieran Hebden announced on on Twitter today that he contributed three new tracks to accompany the painting exhibition. They can be heard on headphones and audio players at the West London gallery, which is the "only place you can hear the new music," he says.
The two artists have known each other almost all their lives, and the works were created "in tandem and responding to each other," the gallery says. "This will be a multi-sensory experience, where the audience should feel able to move freely, and dance if they want to."
The January 18th opening will be followed by events and performances on other dates throughout the show's run, though they haven't been announced yet.
Listen to a clip from one of the new unnamed tracks.
I’ve made 3 new tracks as part of an exhibition with the artist Anna Liber Lewis that opens at the Elephant West gallery in London on Friday. This will be the only place you can hear the new music. Headphones and audio players are supplied at the gallery. pic.twitter.com/dmZ6wQKnt2— Four Tet (@FourTet) January 15, 2019