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ÄÄNIAALTO VII & Flux Island – Open call

Submissions are now open for ÄÄNIAALTO VII & Flux Island!
ÄÄNIAALTO VII OPEN CALL

ÄÄNIAALTO VII and FLUX ISLAND II are coming soon! 

ÄÄNIAALTO VII

Submissions are now open for the seventh edition of ÄÄNIAALTO - a sound-oriented new media festival. ÄÄNIAALTO spans into multiple days presenting striking sonic oddities in the form of performances, installations, workshops and open lectures. This year's festival will take place:

02.–03.09.2022 Vuotalo 

23.–24.9.2022 Vapaan Taiteen Tila

Link to Apply: https://forms.gle/FTfdRXvbok4spwYx9

FLUX ISLAND

Submissions are now open for the second edition of Flux Island! Submit your proposals for interactive, immersive and generative media artworks. The exhibition will be taking place 15.09.2022–30.09.2022 at Vuotalo. Flux Island is a collaboration between Aalto Media Lab and Ääniaalto culminating in an exhibition, workshops, and audiovisual performances.

Link to Apply: https://forms.gle/UZcRGMQQZU2ma32ZA

DEADLINE: MAY 16th, 2022!

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