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Call for Volunteers: Join the Sonic Acts team
Are you interested in technology, art, new media and electronic music? The upcoming Sonic Acts Festival 2019 marks the 25th anniversary of Sonic Acts takes places from 21 to 24 February 2016 in Amsterdam. We are looking for a great team to make this festival a success and hope that you will join us!
Interview with Karl Lemieux
RESEARCH SERIES #16 Live presence is not often considered to be a part of cinema, but Karl Lemieux thinks it should be. Using 16mm projectors as his principal tools, the Montreal-based artist employs various tactics to manipulate both the film material and apparatus itself during the act of projection—an approach that results in a distortion of the image. Working with Swedish composer and sound artist BJ Nilsen, Lemieux shot footage on the border between Russia and Norway. This would be the basis of their collaborative performance, unearthed, presented at the 2015 Sonic Acts Festival in Amsterdam.
Sonic Acts Commission Dolmen by Mario de Vega in Berlin
From 9 to 20 December 2015, Mario de Vega’s Dolmen will be presented by singuhr-projects at Meinblau Projektraum in Berlin. This installation was commissioned by Sonic Acts in collaboration with donaufestival and was first presented in the context of The Geologic Imagination, the 2015 edition of the Sonic Acts Festival.
Interview Mario de Vega
SONIC ACTS FESTIVAL – THE GEOLOGIC IMAGINATION Interview Mario de Vega 27 February 2015 - Muziekgebouw aan 't IJ, Amsterdam, the Netherlands Interview by Oleg Khardatsev and Zhanna Guzenko / Fridaymilk Fridaymilk (RU) is a well-known media platform in Murmansk, Russia, run by a team of 10 people ...
Interview Jana Winderen
SONIC ACTS FESTIVAL – THE GEOLOGIC IMAGINATION Interview Jana Winderen 27 February 2015 - Muziekgebouw aan 't IJ, Amsterdam, the Netherlands Interview by Oleg Khardatsev and Zhanna Guzenko / Fridaymilk Fridaymilk (RU) is a well-known media platform in Murmansk, Russia, run by a team of 10 people ...
Jana Winderen – Pasvikdalen
Drifting away from a state of stability, blurring acceleration, moving out of sight, but not out of mind. Invisible but audible, the consequences reveal themselves through the silence of species we have never heard. Jana Winderen’s new work Pasvikdalen is based on recordings made both above and under water close to the border between Norway and Russia.
BJ Nilsen & Karl Lemieux: unearthed
Live première, commissioned by Dark Ecology / Sonic Acts SONIC ACTS FESTIVAL - THE GEOLOGIC IMAGINATION BJ Nilsen & Karl Lemieux: unearthed 27 February 2015 - Muziekgebouw aan 't IJ, Amsterdam, the Netherlands --- The border area of Norway and Russia, where the sparse beauty of the Arctic landscap...
Otto Piene: Die Sonne kommt näher / The Proliferation of the Sun (1967)
SONIC ACTS FESTIVAL - THE GEOLOGIC IMAGINATION Otto Piene: Die Sonne kommt näher / The Proliferation of the Sun (1967) 27 February 2015 - Muziekgebouw aan 't IJ, Amsterdam, the Netherlands In collaboration with Kunsthalle Bremen - Der Kunstverein in Bremen & ZERO Foundation --- Die Sonne kommt näh...
Mario de Vega: Dolmen
SONIC ACTS FESTIVAL - THE GEOLOGIC IMAGINATION Mario de Vega: Dolmen 27 February 2015 - Muziekgebouw aan 't IJ, Amsterdam, the Netherlands --- In the large entry hall of the Muziekgebouw aan ‘t IJ, Sonic Acts presents Dolmen, a new installation by Mexican sound artist Mario de Vega. De Vega is kno...
Homage to Dick Raaijmakers at ICMC
After thirty years, the internationally renowned conference on computer music ICMC (International Computer Music Conference) is returning to the Netherlands. On Tuesday September 13 ICMC invites Thomas Ankersmit & Tarik Barri for a special performance of 'Homage to Dick Raaijmakers' and 'Versum' at TivoliVredenburg in Utrecht.
Special projects and Early Birds for Sonic Acts’ 25th anniversary festival
As we count down to our upcoming celebratory festival edition, we are proud to reveal a few of the special large-scale projects and performances we have been working on. Early Bird festival passes are available until 31 December.