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News & Agenda June 2017
Hermann Nitsch
Das Orgien Mysterien Theater
Pfingstfest 2017
Atelier Hermann Nitsch, Schloss Prinzendorf (AT)

4 June 2017 from 13:00 until 21:00

Hermann Nitsch invites you to the traditional Pfingstfest in the Prinzendorf Castle.

Hermann Nitsch
Nitsch Foundation

Photo: Archiv Cibulka-Frey ©Atelier Hermann Nitsch
Hermann Nitsch
das druckgrafische Werk
exhibition
3 June 2017
until 4 August 2017
nitsch museum, Mistelbach (AT)

The nitsch museum is presenting the exhibition “HERMANN NITSCH – The graphic work”. The focus is on the artist’s prints from the last four decades, which were created in close cooperation with well-known publishers in national and international printing workshops.

nitsch museum

Hermann Nitsch atelier nitsch/pixelstorm
Lawrence Malstaf - Haugen Productions - Per Martinsen
PUST / EXHALE
Festival Laiks Dejot 2017
Festival Laiks Dejot, Riga (LV)

11 June 2017 at 17:00 & 19:00

This project has its starting point in a movement we all share: breathing. Through dance, installation art and electronic music and by roles between performer and audience which are sliding and shifting, we hope to move from an I to a we, from individual to community. The project seeks to strengthen the self-esteem through community as a starting point. A multitude of unique breath. The project seeks to create a space where the public will own habits and BREATHE conscious to contribute to greater freedom of action, individually and collectively.

Festival Laiks Dejot 2017
Lawrence Malstaf
Haugen Productions
Per Martinsen

Lawrence Malstaf - PUST / EXHALE
Amund Sjølie Sveen
Music for new performance work: IONA
in cooperation with Koie / Håkon Vassvik
Festspillene i Nord-Norge, Harstad (NO)

29 June 2017 at 13:30 & 20:00

Running away may look like an adequate solution when the world seems threatening, and speaking out seems futile. This is what Iona, the reluctant prophet chooses; but once down in the belly of the Leviathan, his decision does not feel quite right. From a deep-sea perspective, this performance looks at the power struggle over the ocean resources of the High North. In a time when the world of science and the reality of politics seem to be torn apart, we are searching for ways to see ourselves and our time, in order to keep our chin up.

Festspillene i Nord-Norge
Amund Sjølie Sveen

IONA - Première
OÙ SONT LES SONS? WHERE ARE SOUNDS?
CENTRALE FOR CONTEMPORARY ART & OVERTOON
BRUSSELS (B)
CENTRALE for Contemporary Art
Sint-Katelijneplein - Place Sainte-Catherine 44
1000 Brussels (B)

Until 10 September 2017

Où sont les sons ? Where Are Sounds? is an exhibition in collaboration with Overtoon, platform for sound art, curated by Nicole Gingras, an independent curator interested in the links between sound and image, and in listening as a means of relating to the world. 

ARTISTS
Christoph De Boeck (B) - Raymond Gervais (Québec, CA) -  Aernoudt Jacobs (B) - Anne-Françoise Jacques (Québec, CA) - Rolf Julius (D) - Yann Leguay (FR/B) & Gaëtan Rusquet (B), Bernhard Leitner (AT) - Lawrence Malstaf (B/NO) - Dominique Petitgand (F) - Martin Tétreault (Québec, CA) - dieb13 (AT) - Davide Tidoni (IT/B) - Katerina Undo (GR/B) - Floris Vanhoof (B) - Franziska Windisch (B/D). 

CENTRALE for Contemporary Art
Overtoon

OÙ SONT LES SONS? WHERE ARE SOUNDS? - EXTRA MUROS
AERNOUDT JACOBS - HELIOPHONE
Musical Instruments Museum - Terrace 10th floor
Hofberg 2 Montagne de la Cour
1000 Brussels (B)

Until 2 July 2017

Also part of the exhibition Où sont les sons? Where are sounds? - Extra Muros - is Heliophone by Aernoudt Jacobs
Heliophone is an installation that turns sunlight into sound. Its basic principle is quite simple: energy from the sun is transformed into sound without electronic amplification. In the design, however, Jacobs combines an impressive array of traditional and cutting-edge technologies.

Musical Instruments Museum
Heliophone
Overtoon

Aernoudt Jacobs - Heliophone
DAVIDE TIDONI - NIGHT WALKS
Brussels (B)

27 & 29 June 2017 - 20:30 
(duration 3-4 hours)

Free - Reservation required: 
info@centrale.brussels

Davide Tidoni contributes to exhibition Où sont les sons? Where are sounds? with Night Walks
Night Walks is a series of sound performances and listening exercises presented in outdoor spaces at night. The activities are based on Davide Tidoni's current research on sound propagation in open space, active listening, and the staging of site-specific actions that involve the use of microphones and loudspeakers as performative instruments. Each night has its own specific program and is designed in relation to the encountered spaces. Walking in the city with Davide Tidoni is an opportunity to detect sounds, recognise them, be alert to them.

CENTRALE for Contemporary Art
Overtoon

Davide Tidoni, Nightwalks
Save the date
Round Table Où sont les sons? Where Are Sounds?'
Centrale for Contemporary Art & Overtoon
28 June 2017 - 13:30
CENTRALE for Contemporary Art
Sint-Katelijneplein - Place Sainte-Catherine 44
1000 Brussels (B)

Round Table with actors active in the field of visual and sound art in presence of Nicole Gingras, curator of the exhibition Où sont les sons ? Where Are Sounds? 

REGISTRATION: info@centrale.brussels

CENTRALE for Contemporary Art

Katerina Undo, W/HOLE Expansion, 2016 ©Renaud Schrobiltgen
DAVID BOWEN
TELE-PRESENT WATER
BIG BANG DATA - DOX, PRAGUE (CZ)
DOX Centre for Contemporary Art, Prague (CZ)

Until 14 August 2017

tele-present water is featured in Big Bang DataThis installation draws information from the intensity and movement of the water in a remote location. 

DOX Prague
David Bowen

David Bowen, tele-present water, 2011
CHRISTOPH DE BOECK
FLOATING BEAM
MURMUR - NETWERK, AALST (B)
Netwerk - Centrum voor Hedendaagse Kunst, Aalst (B)

Until 2 July 2017

The supporting beam has become an iconic image for the twentieth century, for an ever expanding world of steel and concrete. Infrastructure lends humans stability and control over the circulation of goods and persons.
This series refers to this world under stress. Listening to the internal activity of solid structures reveals the transformatory nature of infrastructure itself and of the fabricated stability of these platforms, vessels and passageways (a metastability). Read more

Christoph De Boeck
Netwerk - Centrum voor Hedendaagse Kunst

Christoph De Boeck, Floating Beam, 2017
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