• iota mikro

Build up like a dream sequence iota mikro invites us into an intimate and introspective journey by evoking imaginary memories from Aurélie Nyirabikali Lierman’s very early childhood years. iota mikro is an artistic reflection on Lierman’s double identity, Belgian and Rwandan, revealing her experiences of the two different realities. All sounds heard are purely based on recent field recordings from Lierman’s birthplace at the Karisimbi volcano in Rwanda. Since her real paper birth certificate is missing, this is Lierman’s sonic birth certificate.

iota mikro is dedicated to her Rwandan Belgian godchild: Jerom Dom.

Title: iota mikro
Duration: 8′43”
Year: 2012
Form: fixed media (2.1 stereo)
Awards:
3rd prize – Category Short Form, Grand Prix Nova 2013, Bucharest
shortlist – Phonurgia Nova 2013, Gaïté Lyrique, Paris

Premiere: Studio I, Den Haag April 2012
Other Tourdates:
IFC 2012 – BBC, June 2012, London
Saout – Galerie de l’institut Francaise, May 2012, Rabat
Begraafplaats Rhijnhof, June 2012, Leiden
Hoogtij/Nutshuis, Nov 2014, Den Haag

Radio Broadcasts:
March 2014, Kunstradio, Ö1, ORF, Vienna
April 2014, Electronic Frequencies, Concertzender, Utrecht
May 2014, Radio Moniek/Monophonic 2014, Brussels
May 2014, Par Ouï Dire, RTBF, Brussels
June 2014, Radio Campus, Brussels
July 2014, Radio Art, 106FM, Tel Aviv
July 2014, Radio Art, 88FM, Tel Aviv
March 2015, Politics of the Voice, Websynradio, Nîmes
January 2016, Radio Art, 106FM, Tel Aviv
January 2016, Radio Art, 88FM, Tel Aviv
March 2018 Printemps des Arts de Monte Carlo, Websyn Radio
April 2018 Printemps des Arts de Monte Carlo, Websyn Radio

Funds: Deutschlandfunk Kultur
Release: Constellation Audio, iTunes, Montreal
Press:
L’Atelier du Son, Radio France – Paris
Discostan, Dublab Radio – Los Angeles

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