Chloé Bellangéis a multimedia artist based in Berlin. She experiments with various mediums, with a focus on painting, in order to initiate reflection and sensorial experience.
Arthur Debertdevelops a proteiform practice that finds its origin in collective work and exchange. Constantly in dialogue with each other, his work takes shape in displacements, multiple meetings and collaborations. In the center of these exchanges is the question of the transmission and survival of knowledge, both as well subjective as anecdotal and memorable.
Gesois the alias of Spanish designer and visual artist Pablo Iglesias (Madrid, 1977), currently based in Berlin. His work is mostly connected / crafted around music projects, offering a visual response to sound either as live visuals, art installations, music videos or cover artworks. Besides the influence of music and sound as a source, he usually digs in different concepts such as the perception of light and its physicality, the paradoxes defining our knowledge of reality, freedom and self-being, or the perfection within errors and glitches, to name a few.
Vinicius Giustiis a composer. He focuses on composing sound artworks in close collaboration with performers, in long-term work. His most recent compositions are tailor-made pieces for specific groups and musicians, using video and live-electronics for 8-channel sound diffusion systems.
Maria Karpushinais a multimedia artist who explores the connections between language, power structures and translation, and the traces of oppression, abuse and inequality which are inherently present within these connections.
is fake sound art, an unnecessary technology, not health insuranced, not to play at weddings, not metric, not on Spotify, not common sense, is remapping imaginaries, an individual collective and south chimerism.
is a project by Gustavo Méndez López.
Meredith Thomasis an artist and creative technologist based in Berlin. He studied biomedical engineering and science communication at Imperial College London. His work now focuses on intersections between artistic tradition and practice and new technology.
Samantha Tiussiis a multidisciplinary artist working in the field of Contemporary art, simultaneously exploring images and sounds through her research on movement.
Technical development by Marina Avila and Tiago Rezende.
Florence Todesigns and produces sound and light installations, creating generative motion graphics with a focus on architectural spatial design in site-specific projects. The Scottish-born Hong Kong artist, originally specialising in textiles and tailoring, merged her skills with digital technologies to develop installations in underground and disused spaces, using their defects as an advantage. She guided her process further into exploring the effects of cognitive and emotional triggers and how different sensory arrangements are experienced within space. To uses information in relation to vibrations, including psychoacoustics and understanding of computational methods, to visualize the process in her work.
I-Chieh Tsaiapproaches gender issues through field research using her own body as media. She also deals with universal sentiments such as farewell and human bonding. Her artistic practices are often rituals of self-healing.
University of Europe New Media Design StudentsIn collaboration with TimeLab
Unravel The Monarchy by Elze Schers
Tama.sha by Sohrab Samsam
Storm by Harshini Karunaratna
Nonhuman Witness by Lina Orejuela & Baharan Eghbalzadeh
Sound diffusion across multiple speakers is an art form, especially where real-time control is concerned. This workshop by Juan Duarte Regino will focus on live sound spatialization techniques using Ambisonics and parametric-procedural diffusion methods.
Participants will bring to the workshop an existing sound piece that is suitable for diffusion across 4-8 channels.
At the end of the workshop, participants will setup their multichannel sound piece to be presented during The Lab in the unique sonic environment of the Kleiner Wasserspeicher.
(required) a laptop with Reaper installed;
(optional) a sound card with more than 2 outputs, and a midi-controller.
Wed 22.6 - 18:00 - 22:00
Thu 23.6 - 18:00 - 22:00
(it is recommended to attend both sessions)
The exhibition is open on Wednesday and Thursday from 12:00 to 21:00, and on Friday and Saturday from 13:00 to 19:00.
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