Program

 

Program

Upcoming Events

Dec 102019
Lecture

Bára Trnková & Tomáš Javůrek: Datatata

Představení problematiky projektu Datatata a vývoj projektu. Přednáška bude probíhat formou diskuse. Těšíme se na Vaše podněty.

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Ongoing Events

Oct 312019
Exhibition

Datatata Exhibition: Like-Un-Like

With every move each of us creates data by which contributes to the unpredictable power of superhuman proportions that governs our lives in which we are no longer an individual but a dividend.

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Recent Events

Nov 282019
Presentation

Sweet Dreams Performance Marína Abramovič Po Sebe Neupratuje & Ateliér Performance FaVU VUT Brno: Performance k výstavě Datatata

Marína Abramovič Po Sebe Neupratuje se společně se studenty Ateliéru Performance připojí k Datatata výstavě. Téma interpretace dat, uměleckými prostředky, zpracují prostřednictvím živé akce ve veřejném prostoru.

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Nov 282019
Presentation

LUCIER / GRYGAR: Cooking Music / Confrontation

Every month we are inviting you to a cycle of sessions named COOKING MUSIC / CONFRONTATION. You can look forward to a series of listening shows based on the confrontation of the New York and Czech music scene in contemporary contexts.

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Nov 242019
Lecture

BIG ATLAS: EXPOSITION OF NEW MUSIC

Brno has a great lexicographical tradition. Why not start with the music atlas of world characters, artifacts and phenomena from Brno?

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Nov 232019
Concert

ENH x AVA: Brno Open w/ Ankersmit / Vanhoof / Eilbacher / THYME: EXPOSITION OF NEW MUSIC

We will sound the former penitentiary on Cejl Brno.

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Nov 212019
Lecture

Stanislav Abrahám: Between questions How? and Why?

Stanislav Abrahám (1977) is an audiovisual performer, sound artist, teacher. His activities are straddled between ambient, traditional music and club music, field recordings, radio documentaries, sound installations.

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Nov 18
Nov 192019
Lecture

Louis Armand: Art & Cybernetics

If technology, in its broadest ramification, represents both the necessity and impossibility of a “living on” – from individual, to species, to general ecology – beyond what Buckminster Fuller famously evoked as the mission of “Spaceship Earth,” is the task of art to represent the possibility of

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Nov 052019
Lecture

Matthew Ostrowski (US): Electronic Music Without Loudspeakers

It's axiomatic that a computer is able to create any sound that a loudspeaker can make. But what about making computer music with acoustic sound sources?

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Oct 312019
Exhibition

Datatata Exhibition: Like-Un-Like

With every move each of us creates data by which contributes to the unpredictable power of superhuman proportions that governs our lives in which we are no longer an individual but a dividend.

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Oct 172019
Lecture

Boris Vitazek (SK): New media artist: Vasulka Kitchen is hosting the new media artist Boris Vitazek

Diverse forms of ascents with live elements, characteristic for the Bratislava underground scene.

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Oct 032019
Presentation

Open Call Brno AIR 2020: We invite artists or theoreticians in the field of new media to apply for a residency at the Vašulka Kitchen Center for New Media Art and The Brno House of Arts. The deadline for applications is NOVEMBER 17, 2019.

Brno Artists in Residence and Vašulka Kitchen Brno is happy to announce an Open Call
for artists or theoreticians in the field of new media art of any nationality for residency
stay in June 2020 in The Brno House of Arts.

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Oct 012019
Exhibition

Bending of faces, voices and bodies: video selection, April 2019, Lenka Dolanová

Bad (Steina, 1979, barva, zvuk 2:14 min., )

Voice Windows (Steina a Woody, ve spolupráci s Joan La Barbarou, 1986, barva, zvuk 8:10 min.)

Warp (Steina, 2000, 4:30 min., barva, zvuk)

The relationship between picture and sound, as well as live, performative aspect of using the video signal, was by Vasulkas seen as a key aspects of their work. To include the sound was natural: Steina studied violin and Woody was a member of the music band back in Brno where he played the trumpet. Already their first experiments with audio synthesizer revealed that the electronic signal can trigger direct visual analogy, and this deeply influenced their approach to image and sound. Since late 1960s in collaboration with engineers, they started to develop video synthesizers, directly inspired by audio synthesizers. Steina experimented with the principle of "playing the images" in real time her entire life and she developed various, often self-constructed tools.

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