Electronic Music

Sound Art?

The Fundació Joan Miró presents "Sound Art?", an exhibition which reassesses the notion of sound in art and considers the possibility of this category. The show, sponsored by the BBVA Foundation, is set up as a journey tracing the imprint of the sound element in twentieth-century visual arts and led by curator Arnau Horta.... READ MORE...

Carsten Nicolai’s “Parallax Symmetry”

With roughly 40 multimedia works, the exhibition "Parallax Symmetry" an overview of the oeuvre of the artist and musician Carsten Nicolai. Using electronic sound and light, Nicolai creates minimalist installations, sound performances, and visualizations of physical phenomena that reflect systems and structures of the media world.... READ MORE...

Ryoji Ikeda. A Cosmic Journey from Infinitesimal to Astronomical

Ryoji Ikeda's solo exhibition has officially opened on the ground floor of Taipei Fine Arts Museum. The selected artworks include large-scale sound sculptures, audiovisual installations, light boxes and two-dimensional works, which are newly conceived and exhibited for the very first time, forming an immersive space-time landscape that vaults from microscopic to macroscopic dimensions.... READ MORE...

Connected. Peter Kogler with…

Since the 1980s, Peter Kogler has worked as a media artist between computer graphics, film, collage and architecture. Within the context of the digital influences on our everyday life today, his systematic consideration of the technological and reproducible image and the powerful influence of the media make him a natural successor, interpreter and ideal interlocutor of the generation of visionaries.... READ MORE...

Ari Benjamin Meyers In Concert

Ari Benjamin Meyers In Concert is his first institutional solo exhibition in Italy. Curated by Valentina Lacinio and Judith Waldmann, the show fills the space of OGR - Officine Grandi Riparazioni with something that goes beyond music: a variety of social interactions and experiences.... READ MORE...

Between Creative Coding and Society. Interview with Fabian van Sluijs

Creative Coding Utrecht (CCU) is an interdisciplinary and open community of musicians, designers, programmers and visual artists investigating the influence of technologies on our daily life through a playful and explorative approach. In this interview by Costanza Tagliaferri, Fabian van Sluijs, one of the founders of CCU, talks about the creative community in Utrecht, CCU’s activities and the impact of how creative coding can put new perspectives on the impact of technology on society.... READ MORE...

Sonic Acts Festival 2019: 25 year anniversary edition

Under the heading Hereafter Sonic Acts celebrates its 25 year history in 2019 with a festive anniversary edition, from 21 to 24 February in Amsterdam, taking place from across several spaces, including Paradiso, Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, Muziekgebouw aan ’t IJ, De Brakke Grond, and Arti et Amicitiae. With Hereafter, the festival will use its 25 year history to reflect on the rapid changes in our cultural and artistic relationship with technology, and share the enthusiasm, hope and concern that come with it.... READ MORE...

Club to Club 2018 condicio sine qua non della ricerca musicale e artistica internazionale

Secondo Caterina Tomeo la diciottesima edizione di Club to Club è stata davvero fiammante, con un numero sorprendente di visitatori - quasi 60.000 - provenienti da 42 paesi diversi: il 75% dall’Italia e il 25% dal resto dell’Europa. Il festival torinese - grazie alla guida del suo padre fondatore - ha raggiunto la maturità a livello internazionale, non a caso dedicando questa ultima edizione alla poesia, quella stessa poesia e spiritualità che nel vecchio secolo pittori astratti come Wassilj Kandinskij ricercavano nel linguaggio musicale di compositori quali Arnold Schönberg.... READ MORE...

NODE 2018

Minimalismo radicale e suoni ad alta definizione, feedback acquatici e ambienti iperreali, arte, scienza, natura: la nona edizione di NODE si muove su una sottile linea dorata che esalta i punti di intersezione tra le discipline ospitando artisti internazionali esploratori del possibile.... READ MORE...

Liminaria: transizioni sonore di narrazione nel meridione italiano

Liminaria, festival alla sua quinta edizione, sposa la ricerca artistica sul “suono”, o sound art, come strumento per l'indagine, la coesione e l'azione sociale, adottando il concetto di “limen” per indicare quella zona di confine labile, laddove avviene l'attraversamento, la “transizione” di uomini e donne, di storie, di leggi della natura incontaminate, poi capovolte.... READ MORE...

TodaysArt turns 2018 edition into72-hour audiovisual spectacle

TodaysArt is known for showcasing the latest works of artists, which cannot always be placed in one box. While last year, the frame revolved around algorithms and complexities, this year the festival looks at the parallel worlds we all are part of, both virtual and physical, and those in which humans are increasingly missing due to invisible systems of automation.... READ MORE...

The House of Sounds & Visions

The House of Sounds & Visions - con la direzione artistica di Marta Fantini e Caterina Tomeo , in collaborazione esclusiva con la nota label tedesca Raster (ex raster - noton) - esplora le nuove tendenze della musica e dell’arte audiovisiva... READ MORE...

Exchanges 2018

Exchanges 2018 intende essere una summa del percorso di ricerca che ha portato sul palco del Teatro Franco Parenti alcune delle personalità più interessanti e d’avanguardia nell’ambito delle contaminazioni tra generi come elettronica, jazz e post-rock. Questa terza edizione, con il ritorno in Sala Grande, è il fulcro di una nuova visione indirizzata alla sensibilità performativa e alla creazione di un dialogo ancora più diretto con la tradizione storica e culturale del Teatro, oltre che ad una nuova dimensione laboratoriale, spazio di scambio e approfondimento tra artista e spettatore, nei rinnovati spazi della Palazzina dei Bagni Misteriosi all’interno della Sala Zenitale.... READ MORE...

Rave your algorithm. Interview with Renick Bell

Renick Bell is a computer musician, programmer, and teacher best-known for weaving electronic music using live code created by a generative music system he built himself to avoid frustration by the restrictive programmes available to process electronic music. He has performed in many countries and he is considered as a pioneer of the Algorave alternative music scene. Andrea Mi caught up with him ahead of the recent talk Datacracy, shared by Phase collective at Lottozero.... READ MORE...

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