Robert Pravda

Robert Pravda is a sonic-artist and performer who is currently based in The Netherlands, where he resides in the city of Rotterdam.

Pravda is  a graduate of The Hague’s Royal Academy for Fine Arts and Royal Conservatory. At this institute his examination project, 5x5x5, was awarded the visitor’s prize as part of Shell’s Young Artist Award.
Since 2002 he has been teaching sound related courses and developing research projects as a member of the teaching team for the  ArtScience department on the Royal Academy for Fine Arts Music and Dance in the Hague. During and after his studies he concentrated on building instruments for multimedia performances, as well as making compositions for spatial sound and light installations that were involved with theater productions.
Pravda has exhibited his work widely, in venues and festivals in Europe and further afield. Notable career highlights include SonicActs Paradiso Amsterdam, Melkweg Amsterdam, PandPaulus Schiedam, Worm Rotterdam, New Forms festival Paard Den Haag, Galerie Den Haag, Gallery 1646 Den Haag, Whitespace Den Haag, Garage Den Haag, TodaysArt Den Haag, Platoux Frankfurt, Der Kunsten festival Brussel. CTM Berlin, Kapelica Ljubljana, Purcell Room London.
Since 2009 he is an active member of Tilt, an interdisciplinary platform founded by Pravda himself as well as choreographer  Andrea Bozic and visual artist Julia Willms. The purpose of this platform has been to inspire and support artistic practice and thinking that transcends traditional boundaries associated with specific disciplines.

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