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VOLUME 2 – High Fidelity? -symposium on Sound Art opens 23.11

VOLUME 2 – High Fidelity? symposium on Sound Art focuses on space and sound as artistic materials.
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VOLUME 2 – High Fidelity? symposium on Sound Art focuses on space and sound as artistic materials and the relation of experimental electronic music and sound art. The international presenters approach these questions from the point of view of artistic and research practice. How to talk about the quality of sound?

International keynotes, presentations, panel discussions and sound workshops: Antye Greie // Antti Ikonen // Heta Kaisto// PerMagnus Lindborg // Tony Myatt // Petteri Nisunen // Ville Pulkki // Taina Riikonen and the full program can be found online.

The event is free of charge, no registration required. Limited number of seats.

Organizers: Aalto University School of Arts, Design and Architecture Department of Art in collaboration with Department of Media

For further information contact Petteri Nisunen (professor in Aalto Univeristy Department of Art)

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