Category Archives: Exhibitions

Cortex Rolf Julius 2010.04-07

Tomoko Sauvage(日本)、Rubén D’Hers(委内瑞拉)、Rolf Julius(德国)及 Marc Hurtado(摩洛哥)- THE EMPTY GALLERY

2015-09-11 – 2015-10-22 — PERFORMANCE / EXHIBITION Tomoko Sauvage – Rubén D’Hers – Rolf Julius – Marc Hurtado @ THE EMPTY GALLERY.  19/F, Grand Marine […]

• Aposiopèse •


Aposiopèse is a non-profit record-label. Some members live in France (Laval) & Belgium (Brussels). We publish cd, vinyl, cd-r, digital download. Aposiopèse has released records by Thomas Tilly, Yvan Etienne, Tomoko Sauvage, Julien Beau, Mha, Fago.sepia, Hervé Moire.


m·e·s·h · pablo sanz [framewerk gallery :: belfast :: 1-6 june 2015]

“The ecological thought does, indeed, consist in the ramifications of the “truly wonderful fact” of the mesh. All life forms […]


About: psnz

Pablo Sanz is a Spanish-born artist, composer and field recordist currently based in the UK. He makes site-specific projects, multichannel installations, immersive live performances, headphone pieces and publications. His activities are engaged with the exploration of aesthetic and spatial aspects of sonic perception, working primarily with environmental sound as raw material, extended listening technologies, architectural physical space and spatial audio strategies. Thresholds of perception and the interrelations between hearing, matter, time and space are essential in his creative practice. His work is presented internationally in a variety of contexts and has been awarded in the competition ‘Europe – A Sound Panorama’ (2011, Goethe Institute, Deutschlandradio Kultur, ZKM-Karlsruhe) and the ‘5th On-Air Radiophonic Art Prize’ (2009, Círculo de Bellas Artes, Madrid). He has been artist-in-residency at Inland-Campo Adentro (Catalonia), Matadero (Madrid), Nau Côclea (Girona), FDD (Lisbon), Sonoscopia (Porto), ARE Holland (Enschede), Q-O2 (Brussels) and the UNICAMP´s Laboratory for Sonic Arts and Acoustics (São Paulo). Recent projects include a field recording trip to the Central Amazon region supported by Brazilian and British research organisations, site-specific architectural interventions in The Netherlands and Spain, radio commissions by Radio Reina Sofía Museum in Madrid, FON Air UK, Atelier de Création Sonore Radiophonique in Belgium and online releases on Very Quiet Records (UK) and Sonic Terrain (Colombia) among others. In 2004 he became an active member of the independent online publication, an initiative through which he has contributed to several curatorial projects including commissioned programs for Sónar Festival (Barcelona) and Sensxperiment (Córdoba). In 2007 he relocated to The Netherlands, completing studies at the Institute of Sonology and the ArtScience Interfaculty in the Royal Conservatory and the Royal Academy of Arts of The Hague. Since 2013 he is based at the Sonic Arts Research Centre (SARC) in Belfast, Northern Ireland, UK where he currently teaches and works towards a sonic arts and electroacoustic composition portfolio PhD (Sound~Space~Perception).

Make sound

Make||Sound Festival

Make||Sound is an eight-day festival taking place in Leicester’s City Centre that will be exploring the possibilities and intricacies of […]


About: modisti

Experimental Music and sound art Archive. If you want to propose some work for the file you have to register as a user


NAISA Sound Bash includes March Break Fun Fair March 14 – 22, 10 am – 3 pm daily

Join us for the third edition of the March Break Fun Fair. Using the NAISA Sound Bash Installation and other […]

New Adventures in Sound Art

About: New Adventures in Sound Art

New Adventures in Sound Art (NAISA) is a non-profit organization, based in Toronto, that presents performances and installations spanning the entire spectrum of electroacoustic and experimental sound art. NAISA’s annual events include: the Deep Wireless Festival of Radio & Transmission Art in May, the Sound Travels Festival of Sound Art in August, NAISA’s participation in the international Art’s Birthday celebration in January, as well as the NAISA Sound Bash Series in March and the SOUNDplay series in November. The objectives of NAISA are to foster awareness and understanding locally, as well as nationally and internationally, in the cultural vitality of experimental sound art in its myriad forms of expression. This objective will be achieved through the exploration of new sound technologies in conjunction with the creation of cultural events and artifacts.