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23.-26. Sonic Enviroments

Zoya Zerkalski (UA), „AIR OPERA“

AnaRosa (CL), „MUKKURI“

sound installation, on view:

23.03.2023, 16:00 - 19:00

24.03.2023, 16:00 - 19:00

25.03.2023, 14:00 - 18:00

26.03.2023, 14:00 - 18:00

live performances:

25.03.2023, 19:00 start, space is limited!

This month we present two sound works by artists Zoya Zerkalski and AnaRosa.

Diffused through an octophonic system , the two works intend to create immersive sonic environments bringing the listener into a different space and history.

Many thanks also to Anto Modica, composer, sound designer and engineer

and to udk-berlin, Sound Studies and Sonic Arts.

  about the artist 

Zoya Zerkalski (UA) is posing questions of how architectural form of a site with its unique acoustics and given sonic environment can shape and add dimension to an external musical composition performed within . During her research trip in Japan in winter 22/23, she took her self developed wind instrument to different resonant spaces, mostly built of reinforced concrete, and performed site specific interventions inside.

Recorded in ambisonic technology and reproduced in, the piece invites the audience to find possible perceptual phenomena of sound in space.

AnaRosa (CL) proposes an immersion into the vibrational universe of the Ainu mouth harp. The composition was created using field recordings from the artist’s trip to Japan, after following an invitation to meet Kimiyo Suzuki, one of the oldest Mukkuri makers of the island of Hokkaido. Layer by layer, the characteristic urban landscape of Japan started fading, slowly revealing the wild nature of Hokkaido, where she finally met the woman that shapes bambu into this ceremonial instrument.
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