Gert-Jan Prins (NL) focuses on the sonic and musical qualities of electronic noise and investigates its relationship with the visual. His work includes live performances, sound installations, compositions, electronic circuits, and collaborations with composers, musicians and visual artists. Prins has built various analogue and digital electronic systems that create signals within the audible spectrum. He is also known for developing the Synchronator device with Bas van Koolwijk. Gert-Jan Prins has performed at international festivals and clubs throughout Europe, North America, South Africa, Russia and Australia.
Opening Sonic Acts at Stedelijk
Thursday 26 February
19:00 - 22:00
17,50 / 10 / MJK 2,50
This festive opening night of the Sonic Acts Festival at the Stedelijk Museum explores the real and the synthetic, and derails the senses.