On-line workshop with Haraldur Karlsson: Artistic use of Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI)
Vašulka Kitchen Brno in cooperation with Icelandic artist Haraldur Karlsson has prepared our first on-line professional workshop of eight consecutive meetings.
FNAF COOL: Festival of Naked Forms
The Vasulka Effect projection and Celebration: you are cordially invited to the screening of the documentary about Woody and Steina Vašulka
Bára Trnková & Tomáš Javůrek: Datatata
Projekt Datatata and its development. Discussion. Looking forward to your remarks.
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.
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.
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?
ENH x AVA: Brno Open w/ Ankersmit / Vanhoof / Eilbacher / THYME: EXPOSITION OF NEW MUSIC
We will sound the former penitentiary on Cejl Brno.
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.
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
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?