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Tryday: Heidi Hoersturz presents Sonic Movement

Heidi Hörsturz presents her new work "Sonic Movement".

21
 
Oct 2021
 
19:00 to 21:00
location: V2_Groundfloor

Sonic Movement

Sonic Movement is an audiovisual performance in which electroacoustic kinetic compositions are visualised with 3D animations. 

In this work Heidi Hörsturz explores new practices of spatial listening and investigates how sound can change the performative qualities of a space.

Through the use of 12 moving loudspeaker robots, the acoustic aspects of the space are explored and the propagation of sound waves is permanently transformed. 

Practical

19:00 - walk-in
19:30 - performance
20:15 - drinks 
 
 

Tryday

The 'Trydays' are one-off events that take place on a Friday (for once this edition will take place on Thursday), during the Kunstavond. With the Trydays artists are given an opportunity to try-out a new work, installation or performance.

Heidi Hörsturz

Heidi Hörsturz deals with the various facets of the moving image and sound. She works in a wide range of computer animations, audiovisual performances, soundart and multimedia installations.     

Her works examine the influence of new technologies and the social questions that have arisen as a result of digital development. With her approach of art as a medium for exploring social coexistence and as a means of ending the structural suppression of people, fantasies and visions, she takes the media overload of stimuli to the absurd.

After completing her studies at the ArtEZ University of the Arts in the Netherlands she has presented her work worldwide. She performed in venues like ICA London, Multimedia Art Museum Moscow and CultureHub NYC. Her works were shown at FILE Sao Paulo, EMAF, Athens Digital Arts Festival, EYE Amsterdam, Electro Mechanica festival Saint Petersburg, IEM Graz among many others.

Currently she is part of Elektramusic label for electroacoustic music and soundart in Strasbourg.

https://www.heidihoersturz.com/

 

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