Artangel will present a specially commissioned sound installation at London’s iconic Senate House Library featuring thousands of words for the weather… Read More
Global music megastar Sia and video director Daniel Askill showcase a retrospective of music video works presented by Semi Permanent, in a unique, immersive experience held in Porto, Portugal.
Cable Depot is to present [Malignancy] by Moogz, a sonic installation made ad hoc over 12 years. Audio recordings embedded in the work date back to 2008 and the final collage has been freshly assembled in 2021.
It’s a year since MAAT opened its dazzling curvaceous gallery on the banks of the Tagus river, simultaneously bringing wow-factor to Lisbon’s architecture and art scene.
Unconscious Archives Festival will explore materiality and embodied liveness across sound art and electronic music, experimental new media and audiovisual art through three live events
Spinning mobiles, damaged instruments, Italian sculpture, Communism and hair cuts in zero gravity.
Born from a month-long research trip across America, the ARCADIA AMERICANA project explores the themes of aspirational culture, kitsch, and the utopian imagery at the heart of the American Dream.
A new platform for collectors and enthusiasts to explore art made with video, sound and web has been announced today in New York.
This week’s top 5 features an auction, a masked monkey, British wildlife, sonic art and Arab cinema
Tabish Khan brings you five art exhibitions in London that you should visit during the week. Each one comes with a concise review to help you decide whether it’s for you.
‘Every day I took a seashell and recorded it as though it were the ocean with words swimming in it. At the same time I practiced ‘She sells seashells on the seashore’. Then I thought what would happen if you turn the ‘she’ into ‘he’ and remove the letter ‘h’ from all the words’.
‘I’m wary of art that is totally certain of itself’.
I have always been very interested in making sound, in the experience of sound, the impact of sound.
SEBASTIEN LEON RELEASES JEUX D’ARTIFICES NEW ALBUM PRODUCED BY JAMES TRUMAN
Ella Finer 6th – 29th September 2012 ‘An echo, for example, cannot occur without a distance between surfaces for the… Read More
Close to Maison de la Poesie on rue Quincampoix, a still modest street of galleries in Paris, is the agnès b Gallery du Jour. Often overlooked for her sincere contribution as a curator agnès b. (fashion designer for the modern, European homme et femme) demonstrates a classically Parisian flexibility when it comes to multi-métier activities. Suitably so, Jonas Mekas exhibits works of poetry, video, sound recordings, stills, installation and artifacts all seamlessly conversing with one another. Mekas still lives the avant-garde, and is still largely impoverished due to his un-wavering commitment. His notes on the gallery walls are a poet’s monologue.