• EXPO Patterns for (Re)cognition – (last days) – CH

LAST DAYS of expo Patterns for (Re)cognition and the sound installation Sampling the Man of Memory at Kunsthalle Basel (CH) (up till May 25th). Don’t miss it !

Press conference Kunsthalle Basel

Vincent Meessen, Elena Filipovic (curator), Aurélie Lierman at the press conference last Feb 12th, hours before the vernissage of the expo Patterns… time flies ! – (photo Art Inside Basel)

• Sous Casques – Paris – FR

[Sous Casques]
 is a traveling sonic installation with headphones. Organised once a week, each time on a different location somewhere in the public space in Paris. In May 2015 it will be held in Jardin du Palais Royal  (Colonnes de Buren).
Palais_Royal_et_les_Colonnes_de_Buren__1431517477_82.139.122.204On Sunday May 17th the program includes a selection of sound pieces by Emmanuel Holterbach, Luc Ferrari, Béatriz Ferreyra, Rodolphe Alexis, Stéphane Rives, Jules Wysocki and some of my own work. Free entrance, All welcome !

• Love Song – ChampdAction – BE

Love Song - ChampdActions

Today is the opening of Love Songa collaborative installation for a multitude of ‘heart shaped ‘speakers at deSingel in Antwerp. Hundreds of composers, musicians, writers and other artists from around the globe have participated. I chose a beautiful ancient folksong from Cyprus, about maternal love, and then manipulated it electronically.

Love Song is an initiative by ChampdAction and is open May 2nd – May 23rd. Free entrance

• EXPO Patterns for (Re)cognition – (visitors info) – CH

[Patterns for (Re)cognition]

Kunsthalle Basel (CH)

12.02.2015 – 25.05.2015

Tue / Wed / Fri 11am–6pm

Thu 11am–8.30pm
Sat / Sun 11am–5pm

Sampling the Man of Memory is an installation created in close collaboration w Vincent Meessen for this expo.

Sampling the Man of Memory

Technical specification: sound installation; media players, 2 NAGRA loudspeakers, 4 NAGRA III tape recorders,  magnetic tape; 12 stools, melamine on MDF, wood; each stool 42 • 50 • 50 cm [NAGRAs: Philippe Vandendriessche, Brussels – Courtesy Vincent Meessen, Aurélie Nyirabikali Lierman]