[resource-net] SPEKTRUM Exhibition #14: Sonic Vibrations: Alien Organs: 2-4 March 2018

Lieke Ploeger liekeploeger at gmail.com
Mon Feb 26 13:11:57 CET 2018

Dear all,

We have just published our newsletter
<https://mailchi.mp/28910bde1b03/dqqofrn6yt-2479653?e=492cc49626> for the
program at Spektrum this week: from 2-4 March we'll be running the first
part in our Sonic Vibrations program of 2018, the exhibition Alien Organs.
Curated by Alfredo Ciannameo, the exhibition features the following works:

   - Robertina Šebjanič with Slavko Glamočanin - Aurelia 1+Hz / Proto Viva
   Sonification <http://robertina.net/aurelia-1hz-proto-viva-sonification/>: an
   installation and audiovisual performance with a living system of moon
   - Marinos Koutsomichalis - Inhibition <https://vimeo.com/196871946>: an
   ‘intelligent’ headset that is capable of EEG (electroencephalography),
   algorithmic sound synthesis and machine learning (with accompanying
   on Saturday)
   - Kat Austen - Coral Empathy Device <https://vimeo.com/233198228>: an
   experiment in interspecies empathy, to create a conversation between humans
   and corals under anthropogenic influence
   - The Matter of the Soul - a performance with sonic exploration of acid
   crystal immersion by Kat Austen with live video from Hiroshi Matoba
   - Theresa Schubert - Sonic Spheres (A Prototype For Mycelium Sound
   Environment): a prototype for an installation that explores the cycle of
   nature in an auditory way with a special focus on exploring sounds and
   noises of growing and decay
   - Workshop Aquatonic
   <http://spektrumberlin.de/events/detail/aquatonic.html> on Sunday,
by Robertina
   Šebjanič & Kat Austen
   - Closing conference with the participating artists, moderated by Art
   Laboratory Berlin <http://www.artlaboratory-berlin.org/> on Sunday

You can read more about the works & artists, and view all details about
opening times, at our website
or Facebook <https://www.facebook.com/events/1166620656774387/> page.

We thank Musikfonds, the Embassy of the Republic of Slovenia Berlin
and the Re-Imagine
Europe project, funded by the Creative Europe programme of the European
Union, for their kind support in making this exhibition possible.

Hope to see you there!

Best, Lieke Ploeger

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