EVERY VESSEL RECORDS AND DRAMATISES THE HISTORY OF ITS MANUFACTURE
MAY 6 – JUNE 4 2017
An experimental and interactive exhibition that blurs the lines between sound art and visual art: 72 unique live concerts with crisp, crackling compositions and tracking of audience reaction creates 3D-printed sculptures that can subsequently be seen in Kunsthal NORD.
We have invited the three sound artists Chris Heenan, Adam Pultz Melbye og Christian Windfeld to Kunsthal NORD to create a groundbreaking interdisciplinary project that breaks down the barriers between sound art and visual art. The interactive, site specific multimedia project consists of three daily performances for more than four weeks, each performance generating a 3D-printed sculptural form.
In total 72 different sculptures will be continuously printed on the spot and immediately exhibited in the Art Space/Kunsthal.
The result of this transformation from music and the environment to sculpture is an independent artwork and a unique experience that challenges established conceptions of art and its process of creation.
“We gather information/data from microphones and sensors and by focusing on the physical parameters for sound and space in the process of creating, the music and movement in the room generates a virtual sculpture. This development in the computer's analysis of the incoming data can be followed by the audience on a projection“, says Christian Windfeld of Flamingo.
Flamingo performs from May 6 - June 4, Tuesday - Sunday, 11.30, 14.00 and 15.30hrs.
The right for performance time changes is reserved. Please call for special arrangements. Free admission.
See or download the exhibition catalogue here
The exhibition is supported by the Danish Arts Council, Danish Composers' Society / KODA's Fund for Social and Cultural Purposes,The City of Aarhus, DJBFA Composers and Songwriters, Danish Actors Association, Aalborg University, 3D Printhuset, Thalmic Labs and Aalborg Sportshøjskole.