Visualizing the Sound articles

kinema ikon: screens, 123 films by ki, media installation, 2017

Călin Man // kinema icon (Arad) // Workshop & lecture

Călin Man // kinema icon (Arad) // Workshop & lecture

Călin Man // kinema icon (Arad) // Workshop & lecture (skype)  (White Box) // 25.10.2017 // 20:00 Curators: Olivia Nițiș and Ciprian Ciuclea WASP – Working Art Space and Production 67-93 Ion Minulescu 67-93, Bucharest, Romania Free entrance The experimental art group was formed in 1970 in Arad/Transylvania/Romania, as a satellite of the local School


Visualizing the Sound 2017

Curators: Olivia Nițiș & Ciprian Ciuclea “Through an international opening, Visualizing the Sound project has managed since the first edition to activate an insufficiently explored segment in the interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary multimedia area of contemporary local art. Thus, the sound and video installations have integrated various technological and performative dimensions, with a series of language

stephane clor

Open call for projects – Visualizing the Sound 2017

WASP STUDIOS in co-production with 4Culture Association launches a new call for artistic projects within Visualizing the Sound program. Dedicated to young artists or groups of artists passionate and interested in sound art, the program endorses proposals for the trans and interdisciplinary sound installations, reflecting the curatorial concept. Six selected proposals will be created and


Stephane Clor | „Perspective, thread and speakers, space installation, variable dimension, 2016“

Perspective, thread and speakers, space installation, variable dimension, 2016 Sound is shaped by the space as it shapes the space back. How does it sound? Is it visible? There is no illusion: your perspective might be different. Sound creates edges as lines do. An outside, an inside. Walls are reflecting details. Modulations need positions. Positions


Przemyslaw Sanecki | The Storm That Shelters the Carnival

“The Storm That Shelters the Carnival” is a software installation, which brings viewers closer to volatile and unpredictable financial phenomenon. The work consists of bespoke software, which is entirely driven by a real time market data. Visual data-structures and clouds of sound grains deliver the final aesthetic experience. Pure-data, which is a tool known in


Andreas Lutz | Zwölftonform

“Zwölftonform“ is an audio-visual performance by Andreas Lutz from 2015. Following the formal rules of dodecaphony, for “Zwölftonform” twelve consecutive titles are composed exclusively with twelve consecutive frequencies. The basic structure for each title is made up by to twelve different sound samples from a previously generated sine waveform. Built on this basis these arrangements