„point in time - 時点、今を確認する" – we substantiate this moment, time is not linear and a continual dot...,
(03/06/2013) by Erika Matsunamiin progress
„point in time - 時点、今を確認する" – we substantiate this moment, time is not linear and a continual dot..., is an artistic research project which creates a connection between the presentation of physical art works, lecture (artist talk) with three thematic parts and the exhibition (re-presentation) with kind support of the berlinerpool, Berlin. This paper is an essay on the documentation and contemplation of arts and cultures in our contemporary society.
The three topics "IDEA-Prefiguration", "performative-open system" and "Untitled-semiotics as personal code" will be summarized by the art works of artists; Márcio Carvalho, Eduardo da Conceição, Emma Waltraud Howes, Charlie Jouvet, Erika Matsunami, Enda O’Donoghue. It's a matter of the art works of seven artists which represent "time and space" in cognitive processes with different techniques and media: from painting to physical work up to new media. This basic theme "time and space" will be taken up in the exhibition on materiality and aesthetics, cultural background and identity as well as individuality in our contemporary global society.
T-EMP Communication and interplay in an electronically based ensemble
(18/06/2013) by Øyvind Brandtsegg et al.in review
Communication and interplay in an electronically based ensemble.
The basic aim of this project is to focus on challenges related to improvised performance of electroacoustic music. The artistic core of the project is to develop musical interaction in a larger ensemble, where the membership is mainly based on electronic and digital instruments. New modes of interaction are enabled by using audio processing as a musical instrument, where the sound from an acoustic musician is being processed live by another ("processor") musician.
(15/06/2013) by Sander Hölsgensin review
빨리! 빨리! intervenes in the public space in Seoul, South-Korea. As an interdisciplinary bricolage, 빨리! 빨리! explores the indexical genesis of photography integrating theories and methodologies from visual anthropology and urbanism into the field of artistic research.