Screenings

Screenings are one of the key elements of SOUND/IMAGE. A chance to share and reflect upon the latest audiovisual compositions from around the world.


Accumulator # 4

Jeremy Welsh & Michael Francis Duch, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim This work follows a series with the same title (Accumulator 1,2, 3) etc as well as realizations of works by Pauline Oliveiros, Michael Pisaro, Hanne Darboven, John Cage and others. All of these combined live music for double bass with film/video. Works …

0 comments

Stages

Paul Klooren, Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre It is a short abstract narrative that was made using a mixture of filmed footage and hand-drawn elements that were then animated. All the sounds (except for the song in the middle) originate from a guitar.   Biography Paul Klooren born in 1994 in Tallinn, Estonia. Currently studying …

0 comments

Environment Built for Absence (an unofficial/artificial sequel to J.G. Ballard’s “High Rise”)

Tivon Rice, University of Washington Beginning in late 2017, the demolition of the Netherland’s Central Bureau of Statistics office created an extreme type of slow cinema for railway passengers travelling between The Hague and Amsterdam. Over the following year, as the building was methodically deconstructed from the top down, I visited the site each month …

0 comments

Trotters and Boogie Stomp Pink

Stuart Pound, Independent Artist Trotters We trot towards a riddle. Boogie Stomp Pink This boogie dance performed by William & Maeva was downloaded from the internet.  Vertical sections taken from each frame are arranged into 24 panels to show pattern and movement across every second of it.  First shown at the Ottawa International Animation Festival …

0 comments

Broken Slide – Into the Mouth of the Butterfly

Gerhard Nierhaus, Institute of Electronic Music and Acoustics, Graz The visual components of this multimedia project consist of movies/photos which are taken with various high magnification macro and microscopic devices from one single broken microscopic slide containing some parts of an insect’s body. It was not the intention to produce realistic imagery, but to photographically explore this single …

0 comments

Uriel

Jing Wang, University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth Uriel is a collaboration between visual artist Harvey Goldman and composer Jing Wang. Biography Jing Wang, a composer and virtuoso erhu artist, was born in China. Ms. Wang has participated in numerous musical communities, as a composer and a performer of diverse styles of music. Her compositions have been …

0 comments

Straße

Moritz Schuchmann, HAW Hamburg The abstract experimental film investigates right-wing extremist crime scenes in Germany. The photographic material of street textures and surfaces, which has been shot at three exemplarily selected crime scenes in Rostock, Bottrop and Magdeburg is re-animated digitally and transformed into an immersive visual experience. Schuchmann combines methods of Formalism and Abstract …

0 comments

VOID

Andrew Knight-Hill, University of Greenwich Tones and textures intersect sonically and visually to alternately expand and contract our impressions of space, drawing us into an experience of this non-place. The concept of the non-place is dynamic, in symbiotic opposition to that of place. In the same way, noises & tones, light & shadow and textures …

0 comments

Otsimine

Edgar Pacheca Ruiz, Estonian Academy of Music and Theater Otisimine means ”Searching” in Estonian. This work is a journey of searching for the unknown. A leap into the void using photographs by Etienne Boile to give shape and color to an ambiguous and mysterious destiny where doubts and uncertainty are represented as holes and slits …

0 comments

Motion of the Leviathan

Max Bodendorf, University of Applied Sciences Hamburg Motion of the Leviathan explores the aesthetics of noise. Through manipulation of video captured from a deficient screen noise is transformed to become the new subject whereas the actual representation dissolves into abstraction. The intention is to transcend the image which is based on a defect smart phone …

0 comments

Immagine

Simone Longo, Conservatorio G.F.Ghedini di Cuneo  “Immagine” is a sound based video that explores the multiplicity of a memory as confused flashback. Sounds, time, space, the way as our mind groups, decode and order stimuli and store in remote memory. The images emerge from a past but are not organized in a chronological order, re-contextualized …

0 comments

Displacement

Maxime Corbeil-Perron, University of Montreal An expressionist composition, that explores illusions, fear and wonder, through flickers of stop-motion animation, electroacoustic music and analogue video synthesis.  Biography Maxime Corbeil-Perron is a composer and audiovisual artist whose work has been noticed by many international competitions and events. His work has been qualified as “pushing the boundaries of …

0 comments

Angular Momentum

Michael Betancourt & Jean-Philippe Feiss, Savannah College of Art & Design Angular Momentum was produced as a visual music collaboration where Michael Betancourt created the visuals and Jean-Philippe Feiss created the music.  Biography Michael Betancourt (°1971) is a critical theorist and research artist who works with movies and static imagery. A pioneer of databending images …

0 comments

Mountains of Cinder

Mark Cetilia, Rhode Island School of Design Mountains of Cinder is a fixed-media work made under the guise of my solo project Apathy and Steel, featuring video generated using custom software written in C++ and GLSL in conjunction with the OpenFrameworks toolkit for creative coding, and acting as a response to an improvised sound work …

0 comments

Full Programme Released for SOUND/IMAGE19

We’re excited to release our full programme for this weekend. And exciting array of talks, performances, concerts, screenings and installations. Book your place via Eventbrite. CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD THE PROGRAMME

0 comments

Terry Flaxton

SOUND/IMAGE19 – Special Guest Artist’s Statement “I only know how to make art – everything else fits around that imperative and is drawn in: from drawing, to making music, to understanding technology, to cooking, to walking, to talking, to alliterating. And yet everything else has an imperative within it and this too affects the idea …

0 comments