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In December 2016, Serbian composer and sound artists Svetlana Maraš was artist-in-residence at the Spatial Sound Institute in Budapest. In this article, Maraš shares her observations on environmental listening, how working with space can be approached from a compositional point of view and outlines some of the technical possibilities and choices that creating on the 4DSOUND system provides.
J.G. Biberkopf is an alter-ego of Gediminas Žygus, whose past works and collaborations were exhibited and performed in Berghain (Berlin), Pompidou (Paris), Barbican (London), Paradiso (Amsterdam), The Kitchen (NYC), CAC, Rupert (Vilnius) among others. He was part of the co-ordinating team of Newman Festival 2015, and is part of the coordinating team of Unthinkable Nomos. During October and November 2016, Biberkopf worked on a series of new pieces during a residency at the Spatial Sound Institute in Budapest.
During November, we have the pleasure of hosting Mark Fell at the Spatial Sound Institute. Fell is widely known for exploring the relationships between popular music styles, such as electronica and club musics, and typically academic approaches to computer-based composition with a particular emphasis on algorithmic and mathematical systems.
Spatial Sound Institute Curatorial BoarD:
The Curatorial Board of the Spatial Sound Institute consists of prominent voices from the field of music, sound art, technology, audiovisual culture and science. The members of the board are advising on the vision and development of the Spatial Sound Institute and form the jury that review applications for the Artist Residency Programme.