The festival runs from 13th – 19th June – for tickets and information on the array of concerts and events on during the festival, go to NYCEMF.
The ‘Tomorrow, Today will be Yesterday‘ collective sound/video art installation will be installed in Gallery #3 at the CAAA in Guimarães, Portugal from 12th December 2015 until February 13th 2016 and includes my vocal work At First Light .
The artists involved are: Alfredo Costa Monteiro (PT/ES), Artificial Memory Trace (Slavek Kwi) (CZ/UK), Darius Ciuta (LT), Elisabetta-Senesi (IT), Fernando Ribeiro (PT), Iride Project – Massimo Davi & Monica Miuccio (IT/IE), John F. Barber (US), Juan Carlos Vasquez (CO/FI), Lin Culbertson (US), Loren Chasse (US), Luigi Morleo (IT), Luís Antero (PT), Manuel Rocha Iturbide (MX), Mathieu Ruhlmann (CA), MUfi.re (PT), Nichola Scrutton (UK), Nuno Miranda Ribeiro (PT), Osvaldo Cibils (UY/IT), Paul Collins (CA/FR), Philip Mantione (US), sonosFera (PT), Steve Roden (US), Takamitsu Ohta (JP), Una Lee (KR/UK).
Visit the CAAA Gallery website here.
My voice work At First Light will be part of this sound/video art collective exhibition conceived and organised by Rui Almeida. The event is on 3-4 October 2015 in the Guimarães NocNoc Festival, Portugal.
Post-Industrial Broadcast #1 is part of The Stranger that is next to me – which is presenting a collection of audio works from practitioners around the world concerned with and focused on The Stranger at Errant Bodies/Project Space in Berlin. Organized by Brandon LaBelle in collaboration with Osso, Lisbon.
Lateral has been selected for here. now. where? – a project in which a collection of soundscapes from different ‘sensibilities, languages and formats’ will be diffused inside local taxis through the sound and radio art platform Saout Radio. The project is curated by Younes Baba-Ali and Anna Raimondo and seeks to explore a notion of ‘delocalisation in the present moment through the experience of listening in the urban space’.