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Artist Residency 5. – 18.4.2022 Exhibition + Events @ Sala ODaly, Santa Cruz de La Palma 18.4 – 27.4.22

V3 – HARDI KURDA – ANA VIDAL – SAM AUINGER – ISLAS RESONANTES – KATRINEM – JULIO LUGON – VOOV – SONM – BÉVAND

ARTISTS

  • SAM AUINGER

    Sam Auinger is a Berlin-based Austrian sound thinker, composer and sound artist. Together with Bruce Odland (US) he founded O+A in 1989. Their central theme is hearing perspective. Since 2000 collaboration with the bassist and composer Hannes Strobl and the urbanist and media artist Dietmar Offenhuber. From 2009 on there is more and more collaboration […]

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  • JULIO LUGON

    Julio Lugon is an interdisciplinary artist whose work focuses on sound and conceptual art, including installation, performance, electronics, biodata translation and graphics. One focus is the inclusion of non-human living beings (such as plants) in his work, for example, through sensors, their interaction with scientific-technical processes and the production of knowledge. His current projects address […]

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  • KATHARINA BÉVAND

    Katharina Bévand is a sound artist based in Berlin. She creates site-specific sound installations, sound sculptures, and performs on modular synthesizers. She works with processed field recordings, extended recording techniques and the resonance of spaces and objects. In 2021 she received a research grant from the Berlin Senate and a GVL Stipend for music production, […]

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Cráter launches in 2022 with its first edition of a residency for artistic research in La Palma, Canary Islands. International sound artists, artists and composers from 5 countries are part of this first experiment, including Spain, Germany, Austria, Perú and Iraq. The artists are invited to investigate site-specific peculiarities of the island, exploring its sounds and listening perspectives as well as any rhythmic structures. What are the sounds and rhythms specific to this island? What does this place evoke? Which time structures exist here? Connections between nature and the urban environment of the island and its particular patterns will be drawn. Multiple perceptions resonate in the exhibited and performed works on visual, sonic and performatic levels.

This is the first Sound Art oriented multimedia art show in La Palma, Canary Islands. Site-specific artworks are presented in public at the exhibition space Sala O ́Daly in the capital town Santa Cruz de La Palma in April 2022. The project is a hybrid between sound pieces, multimedia art, performance art and installations.  


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