The black cephalopodic cyborgian sound machine examines the sonic materiality of Velcro as it is situated within the ASMR and BDSM communities.Read More
Encasing a whole drum set and broken guitar into an instrument case extended to such a size that it nullifies its usability.Read More
'Sounding' derives from the book Moby-Dick by Herman Melville, and is an evocation of the bygone crafts of sailing and whaling and the struggles of men at sea, and also from its powerful and ever-relevant dissection of monomania.Read More
The Land Harps project revolves around sculptures that enable the landscape to create sound compositions, resulting in a contemplation within the constant flux of landscape, a study of its pacing and intervals.
This sonified 3D fabricated black ice cello re-addresses the iconic 1972 work Ice Music for London by Jim McWilliams for Charlotte Moorman. The strikes, taps, scrapes, and gouges are translated into sound by artist Spencer Topel who diffuses these sounds across glass panels suspended around the gallery.
By approaching and touching the objects, they respond with magnified and designed electronic sounds. In each work a ceramic object is combined with another kind of material.
The second edition of Lisboa Soa: a multiple day event which presents
sound art installations and performances which discuss urbanism and auditory culture, this time at a beautiful botanic greenhouse in the centre of Lisbon.
Inviting one to experience how data generated through a person's reality and behavioural patterns can be revived from the digital world and returned to the real one by being transformed into generative music.Read More
Although externally illogical, their anti-releases serve as a form of provocation that attempts to force interaction on the part of the listener by implementing tangible manifestations of abstract concepts.Read More
The metal sound sculptures acknowledges how our limited temporal sensibilities are challenged by the imbrication of the geologic time of minerals, the historical time of extractive industries, and the immediate urgency of sane and equitable responses to rapid ecological change.Read More
An interactive ambiance sound installation that reacts on the humidity of the room, the temperature of the audience’s skin and translates the vaporization rate into a sound modulation.Read More
Exploring pitch relations within a multidimensional space. Three compositions for microtonal tubas performed by the trio of Robin Hayward, Martin Taxt and Peder Simonsen. -Tobias FischerRead More
An interactive textile map allowing to listen to selected field recordings by touching areas of the map that can sense touch.Read More
An endless and endlessly changing version of a piece of Ambient music by Brian Eno, embedded in an App and partly recorded on vinyl and CD.Read More
A large sound art group exhibition in Berlin, as a climax of a three-year residency and exchange project between Mexican and German artists.Read More
The wooden-crafted sound installation moves with smooth mechanical movements to look almost unreal, creating a cinematic sound.Read More
Interwoven ceramics to move, hear and see. The work is made out of rings of clay, creating a new shape every time it is been put down.
For this special edition Juliana Herrero worked on a series of musical objects and paintings, dealing with blue print technique and 'augmented' sound.Read More
A large tactile interactive sound quilt, embedded with a narrative specific compositions, using four major life events of St. Nicholas.Read More
In introduction in the sound art of Alejandro T. Acierto. His work employs the breath, the voice, and the processes that enable them as materials to reflect on themes of belonging and affinity.Read More