[spectre] Sonic Electronics Festival 30/05 - 02/06
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Mon May 27 14:58:29 CEST 2019
SONIC ELECTRONICS FESTIVAL
Iklectik Art Lab
Thursday 30 May - Sunday 02 June 2019
Workshop, Concert & Talks
Tickets: £5 Online / £8 OND / £65 Workshop
SEF borns with the need to create a place where to combine DIGITAL ARTS with ANALOGUE DEVICES and it is interested in showing processes of technological evolution. Within computation the term DIGITAL, and its contrary, ANALOGUE, are frequently used to denote the difference between a numerical-digital and a physical model and help to separate out theoretical abstract computation from any particular concrete computational, and thus material, iteration.
SEF has as a reference the use of CODE as an original TECHNOLOGY for making MUSIC. It enjoys the DIY and HANDMADE spirit which ARTISTS, MUSICIANS, CODERS, MAKERS & HACKERS share. The activity fosters a community of tool DEVELOPERS and creative PRACTITIONERS interested in supporting creative practice through DIGITAL and ANALOGUE tools. The festival also opens to OS / OH practices in a counter-laboratory and participatory process.
With the collaboration of Iklectik Art LAB, SEF will set for many days as an experiment that shows an exhibition, workshops and concerts. With this hybrid format, SEF wants to increase the audience experience and make them participant. SEF also counts with the participation of POPklik, a London based collective in charge of the creative visual communication of the festival. SEF is curated by Laura Netz, curator, artist, and director of EAM elektronische-art-and-music, a curatorial agency and record label, altogether with a network of collaborators and artists who support and facilitate the event.
Thursday 30 May 2019 – Sound Art / Media Art Talks 20:00 – 22:30 Lucia Farinati Nina Power Laura Netz Giles Greenway
Listen to the sound works from Lucia Farinati's research on Audio Arts Archive; Nina Power articles' on philosophy, politics and culture; Laura Netz on Vitalist Materialism and Mining Life; and Giles Greenway presenting the talk “Never Mind The Molluscs: The Abuse of Fourier Synthesis in Aggro-Rhythmic Composition.”
Friday 31 May 2019 – London Live AV Performances 20:00 – 22:30 raxil4 Bernhard Living Isn’tses Morphogenesis
An evening for local London underground cult artists Morphogenesis with John Wall and Mark Durgan, combining analogue tape machines with digital music. Also raxil4 and Isn'tses exploring drone & noise, and Bernhard Living’s digitally-based compositions of minimalistic techniques.
Saturday 01 June 2019 – Workshop 11:00 – 17:00 Fort Processor by Isn’tses
Come! DIY & DIWO. The Fort Processor is a touch and light controlled synthesiser and audio effect circuit designed by Isn’tses. Amazing Ikletick Art Lab, bright and open space to share with others while learning-on-doing. Hands-on electronic soldering! Build your prototype and take it home. Start playing after soldering. Little jam with workshop participants. Beginners & PRO.
Saturday 01 June 2019 – International Live AV Performance 20:00 – 22:30 Chris Speed Blanca Regina Alessandra Eramo Slow Slow Loris
An evening for International noise/sound artists: with Slow Slow Loris's voice and electronics where melody meets noise, avant-garde, and industrial; Alessandra Eramo's hypnotic soundscapes and voices into Beat-boxing immersive performance; Blanca Regina with her heterogeneous and expanded cinema through free improv. Chriss Speed will open the night with a technological experiment to encode visuals into music viewed on analogue or digital oscilloscopes.
Sunday 02 June 2019 – 4.1 Sound system Live Music 19:00 – 22:00 Rebecca Glover & Fritha Jenkins Vera Bremerton Bioni Samp Tony James Morton Johannes de Silentio
Closing day of the Festival with a 4.1 soundsystem and experiments with sound, objects and microphones; beehive synthesisers; a cappella polyphonic pre-recorded voices, sampled music exploring modern digital techniques and field recordings.
TICKETS & LINK https://sonicelectronicsfestival.org/
IKLECTIK ART LAB 'Old Paradise Yard' 20 Carlisle Lane SE1 7LG London
Supported using public funding by Arts Council England.
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