The multi sound and video installation Tomorrow, Today Will Be Yesterday by Rui Almeida will be part of the Light Moves festival in Limerick, Ireland. The installation randomly pairs sound pieces from numerous composers with video clips.
Sound artists from all over the world were invited to create a sound piece and video/photos, where the sound would be presented, followed by the images. With the images presented randomly, the suggestion is to explore the way that sounds shape visuals and vice-versa.
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This sound art program will now be presented as an installation in Guimarães, Portugal.
Angles and distance, time and perspectives
Opening 12 December 4pm / until February 13
Installation (sound/video art)
By: Alfredo Costa Monteiro (PT/ES), Artificial Memory Trace (Slavek Kwi) (CZ/UK), Darius Ciuta (LT), Elisabetta-Senesi (IT), Fernando Ribeiro (PT), Iride Project – Massimo Davi & Monica Miuccio (IT/IE), John F. Barber (US), Juan Carlos Vasquez (CO/FI), Lin Culbertson (US), Loren Chasse (US), Luigi Morleo (IT), Luís Antero (PT), Manuel Rocha Iturbide (MX), Mathieu Ruhlmann (CA), MUfi.re (PT), Nichola Scrutton (UK), Nuno Miranda Ribeiro (PT), Osvaldo Cibils (UY/IT), Paul Collins (CA/FR), Philip Mantione (US), sonosFera (PT), Steve Roden (US), Takamitsu Ohta (JP), Una Lee (KR/UK).
My recording of various locations in Grand Central Station will be diffused as part of a weekend festival curated by Rui Almeida. “Tomorrow, today will be yesterday” Angles and distance, time and perspectives will take place in Guimarães Portugal. Here is a link to the event.
The scores for White Shred and Black Shred will be exhibited as part of the AFTERSOUND: FREQUENCY, ATTACK, RETURN exhibition at Carnegie Melon University curated by Melissa Ragonaand Margaret Cox. The exhibition looks fantastic and will have an online component. Here are some words about the exhibition from the curators: Sound has entered contemporary art in profound and unexpected ways. This exhibition explores sound’s infiltration into contemporary discussions of aural and visual culture, with a particular focus on sound visualization, the physics of sound, political uses of sound, i.e. sonic warfare and DIY, as well as the resurgence of neo-metaphysical experiments with sound as a portal to new sensory experiences.
60×60 and Wave Farm will present the Wave Farm Mix at Pioneer Works on April 30th as part of the Columbia Sound Arts Program MFA exhibition. Here’s the info:
Amplitude: Sound Arts MFA Spring Exhibition and Thesis Show
Curated by Wave Farm
Pioneer Works, 159 Pioneer St, Brooklyn
Opening: Apr 16, 6 – 9 pm
On view: Apr 16 – 30 60×60 Wave Farm Mix / Amplitude Live: Apr 30, 5 – 9 pm
The Red Cross/Red Crescent Climate Centre and CEIArtE (Centro de Experimentacion e Investigacion en Artes de Electronicas) selected sound art miniatures to become part of some of their actions, such as: “participative workshops, educational videos and collaborative learning games developed to improve the understanding and prevention of disasters”.