Part of their work deals with the development of musical instruments, researching the relationship between musician and instrument, and questioning music rituals and conventions by self- experimentation or in a framework designed for audience participation. During their month-long residency, they try to advance their former electronic-analogous approaches of their work through experiments with current digital technology, whereby the analogue and the digital complement each other only on a point-by-point basis.
1900-luvun verkkotietojenkäsittely on maailman kaunein kaapeli kahden paska-spagetti jäteastian välissä. Kaksi täysin erilaista jäteastiaa. Käy ilmi, että riittävän suurella paska-spagetti jäteastialla voit ruokkia maailman. Ja miksi ei kahta?
20th-century network computing is the world’s most beautiful wire, between two dumpsters of shit spaghetti. Two completely different dumpsters. It turns out that with a big enough dumpster of shit spaghetti, you can feed the world. And why not two?
During July Titanik collaborates with HIAP by inviting artists and curators in residence to visit Turku. On Wednesday 25 July we’re meeting artist-curator Louise Waite. In her presentation, Waite will tell us about her artistic and curatorial practice, as well as on-going projects.
During July Titanik collaborates with HIAP by inviting artists and curators in residence to visit Turku. On Wednesday 18 July we’re meeting Polina Kolozaridi, who is a social scholar focused on researching the internet.
Repose is a space and a situation where one is allowed to pause, take time to think, and to reorganise. During the exhibition Titanik is turned into a venue for various events where to take care of oneself and others, and to be, think and act together.
Turkulainen taiteilijayhdistys Arte ry hakee galleriateknikkoa/-assistenttia määräaikaiseen työsuhteeseen 15.6.-28.12.2018. Lähetä vapaamuotoinen hakemuksesi ja ansioluettelosi 8.6. klo 16 mennessä osoitteeseen: email@example.com
Ellery Royston is a composer and sound artist using natural data in multi-channel sound installation as a way of exploring ecological and social systems. Recently, she have created installations using live geomagnetic data, historical data about civilizations over time, weather data about tides, and transcriptions of Appalachian folk music. By collapsing these large systems into a single room, her work aims to create soundscapes that allow people to have an intimate experience while at the same time staying connected to the world around them. She also performs on harp and keyboard, and creates sound for theater and video.