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Liquid Aesthesia #1 Henrique Fernandes and Gustavo Costa, members of the art collective Sonoscopia, talk about their sound art installation Liquid Aesthesia. This is part of a ‘water’-series and is also visually attractive. Swarm French sound artist Felix Blume recorded 150 bees to create this installation called ‘Swarm’. In this video, he talks about how […]
A photographic presentation of the sound art installation taking place at the Wonder Creativity Festival in Kortrijk, Belgium. Presented by Wilde Westen in the context of the Sounds Now project. The exhibition recreates a natural ecosystem inside the Van Marcke industrial site, bringing together sounds from different natural elements: water (Liquid Aesthesia), air (The Monads), […]
An Open Space production from Musica, by Spanish-Belgian composer Saskia Venegas Aernouts
Listening will be available at all of our partner events throughout the year. Don’t worry, if you can’t get a hard copy, you can also read it online. Print copies are available to order by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org. This is the first volume in a series of annual publications planned by the Sounds Now network. With […]
Watch the unfolding of this chain poem, a four-day remote collaboration between two ensembles in two cities: Ensemble Extrakte in Berlin & Tölöläb in Viitasaari. Tuesday, July 6, 2021 – WINTER In the video:Freezing seas at nightTraversed by icy currentsLit by a lone moon.1) Berlin Winter Morning2) Viitasaari Winter Nagori This icicle harpPlayed by invisible […]
October 24 & 25 in Leuven, Belgium Scordatura Ensemble, ChampdAction, HYOID & IRCAM, Bernhard Lang, Eva Reiter, Heleen Van Haegenborgh, Maarten Buyl, Kate Moore and more. At Transit, Sounds Now is proud to support the “Multi-Modal Community Project” from Frederik Croene. Programme and tickets here
Renowned composer, improviser and academic George Lewis suggests that a creolized, mosaic identity is the way to achieve a new complexity and thus, greater creative depth. Watch and listen to this speech that manages to be sensitive, stern and inspiring all at once: