An international event dedicated to digital art and electronic music. In Bologna (Italy) from 2 to 5 october.
Kangding ray’s music reflects his wide musical background, and a particular way of merging beats and textured soundscapes into slowly evolving compositions.
DIGITAL VERTIGO Manifesto by Marco Santoro e Paolo Magaudda Human history began some 2.5 million years ago and, for hundreds…
Electronic music and visual electronics. The fusion of these two disciplines is the main feature of MIRA!, A festival that proposes to offer shows performed by artists that came from the different electronic and audiovisual trends. Open to all audiences, MIRA! wants to be the showcase in which different artists and groups can provide a sample of the latest trends in audiovisual performances. Barcelona 10 Nov 2012.
roBOt – Digital Paths into Music and Art – is an international electronic music and digital arts festival that reaches its fourth edition this year. Bologna, September 27 (preview) October 10-13 2012
TodaysArt is a festival concept that revolves around the presentation and development of adventurous contemporary visual and performing arts in a variety of urban settings. The Hague [NL] / 21 + 22 September.
Cimatics aims at supporting innovative experiments and outstanding productions in the fields of audiovisual and digital culture. Cimatics Platform is a framework for initiating and facilitating audiovisual productions, events, publications and workshops. Cimatics Festival focuses on presenting to a large and diverse public what is taking place at the cross-roads of art, media, music, design or technology.
Urban Contest is born three years ago on initiative of three creative: Gabriele Bondanini, Rocco Schiavone e Laura Matarazzo, finding its creative physiognomy in the operating “21 Grammi”.
The career of Ulf Langheinrich is best known for his internationally acclaimed work in the two-man group, Granular Synthesis, in collaboration with Kurt Hentschlaeger. The project, which began in 1991 with these two self-proclaimed «media terrorists», does more in the way of a performance than it does to define the men involved.
Japanese artist, born in 1978. Kurokawa’s works take on multiple forms such as installation works, recordings, and concert pieces.
On Wednesday Nov 25 two extremely exclusive mid-week concerts bring Cimatics to the challenging context of the Brussels center for fine arts Bozar. With two audiovisual concerts (both Belgian premières) the Japanese artist Ryoichi Kurokawa and the Austrian Ulf Langheinrich (from Granular-Synthesis) create immersive experiences where sound and image are seamlessly intertwined, synced and juxtaposed into true musical compositions. Cimatics is proud to be able to present these international crème de la crème A/V artists.
CutOut Fest is a complete means of diffusion for animation and all the arts associated to it. Most of our work is focused on integrating the participants with foreign cultures, given that cultural diversity enhances the comprehension of the many different values that coexist in our global society.
Milano è pronta per accogliere la 23 edizione di Viscom Italia, fiera internazionale di riferimento per la comunicazione visiva, in programma dal 3 al 5 novembre in Fiera Milano Rho.
With a strong emphasis towards electronic and experimental music and its intertwining with all forms of time-based audiovisual media, CRÓNICA embraces the digital domain and its explorers, as the perfect context for the flowing of data and for processes that enable the maximization of a full intermedia experience.
Imagine your baby being wrapped in soothing sounds from mothers from all around world as she explores the strange and changing texture of the floor, or is totally preoccupied with the shimmering dewdrops floating in the air. Well, you don’t have to create this image, you can just bring your baby (0-18 months) at Insomnia Festival (Tromso, Norway), come and experience this wonderful world together.
Tromsø is renowned for breeding innovative artists within the electronic music field. Insomnia Festival seeks to evolve the creative energy this has given rise to by creating a plattform for new electronic music and techno culture. It’s a festival for innovative electronic music – which means music created with electronic contraptions. The creative process within the genre is as varied as the music itself, and the festival hopes to sample a variety of it.
Unsound Krakow was established in 2003 in Krakow, Poland, as a festival of advanced music. Starting out as an underground event, in recent years the festival has grown in size and name. Fundacja Tone currently produces the annual festival in Krakow in October each year, and in spring 2012 will produce the third Unsound Festival New York with local producers, curators, venues and cultural institutes in that city.
Robin Fox is an artist straddling the often artificial divide between audible and visible arts. As an audio-visual performance artist his work has featured in festivals worldwide. His groundbreaking work with Chunky Move has contributed to the recent piece Mortal Engine winning a Helpmann award for Best Visual Production and an Honorary mention at the illustrious Prix Ars Electronica. He also scored the critically acclaimed work Connected with Oren Ambarchi and has produced two works, RGBand Drift, with groundbreaking new choreographer Antony Hamilton.
Over the past nine years, Decibel has booked over 700 artists ranging from experimental, to leading-edge electronic dance music and visual art. With a focus on live performance, interactive multimedia art, state-of-the-art sound and technology-based education, Decibel has solidified itself as one of the premier electronic music festivals and promotional organizations in the world.