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16. May, 18:0020:00

ARTIST LECTURE Electronic Pirouettes: sound as movement in circuitry by Ioana Vreme Moser

Electronic Pirouettes: sound as movement in circuitry 

by Ioana Vreme Moser

16th of May, 18h-20h

ARTIST LECTURE hybrid

Location: Akademie der bildenden Künste Wien, Sitzungssaal Erdgeschoss 

Schillerplatz 3, 1010 Vienna

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ABOUT:

This lecture takes the pathway of an ex-ballerina through fluid computers, plant espionage, cosmetic synthesisers and electronic lollipops.

We will tackle the seductive side and hidden narratives of circuitry in relation to natural systems, salty fluids and beauty rituals and discuss the importance of alternative hardware in the context of a global electronic shortage.

SUPPORTERS: FWF, BMKÖES, MA7, FFG

PARTNERS: Akademie der bildenden Künste Wien

 

 

 

 

 

About Ioana Vreme Moser

Ioana Vreme Moser (b 1994) is a Romanian sound artist engaged with hardware electronics, speculative research and tactile experimentation.

In her practice, she uses rough electronic processes to obtain different materialities of sound. She places electronic components and control voltages in different situations of interaction with her body, organic materials, lost and found items and environmental stimuli.
From these collisions, synthesised sounds emerge to carry personal narrations and observations on the history of electronics, their production chains and wastelands and entanglements in the natural world.

Dominated by alternative circuitry, bits and pieces of leftovers and subtle humour, Ioana's work resounds in installations, sound sculptures, hand-made instruments, sound-performance setups or workshops.

Website: https://www.ioanavrememoser.com/

Event details

Date:
16. May
Time:
18:00–20:00
Door policy:
all genders
Registration:
No registration required.
Requirements:
none
Cost:
free
Event Category:

Venue

Akademie der bildenden Künste Wien, Schillerplatz 3, Anatomiesaal Erdgeschoss, 1010 Vienna + Google Map

Organizer

Mz* Baltazar’s Lab