Thursday September 22nd
19:30, Korzo Theatre
tickets: €10 full, €7,50 student (€5 for TodaysArt visitors)
presented in cooperation with TodaysArt
Conceived and directed by Francisco López audio-DH is a collaborative project of epic proportions that weaves the sounds of 250 of The Hague’s creative minds into an exploration of the city’s vibrant sonic tapestry.
With the help of fellow composer Barbara Ellison and the artist platform iii, 50 curators were invited to rally the city’s creative community, gathering contributions from composers, experimental musicians, sound artists, noise makers etc.. in the broadest and most inclusive definition of contemporary sonic creativity. The response was outstanding, resulting in a collection of 195 tracks by 250 artists.
On September 22nd at Korzo theatre, in collaboration with TodaysArt, iii has the pleasure to make the outcome of the project public.
The physical and online editions collecting the gathered materials, for a total of 16 hours of audio works, will be presented during the opening reception.
This will be followed by a performance in which HARING (Humanless Audio Recombinator for Infinite Novelty Generation), an especially designed software created by Francisco Lopez together with Andrea Vogrig and Darien Brito, will recombine the contributions from each participant artist in a dense sound mass generating a momentary collective identity of makers and listeners.
19:30 – launch reception, audio-DH online and physical edition, Korzo atrium
20:30 – performance, HARING (Humanless Audio Recombinator for Infinite Novelty Generation), Korzo main hall
NOTE: the hall of Korzo has limited seating capacity, to attend the performance it is recommended to reserve your tickets online (and save €2)
TodaysArt 2016 ticket holders: All TodaysArt 2016 ticketholders, whether in possession of a Festival Pass or Day Pass will be able to purchase a ticket at the discounted price of €5,-. All you need to do is reserve a ticket by sending an email to email@example.com.
audio-DH is made possible with the support of the Creative Industries Fund NL, Stroom Den Haag and Prins Bernhard Cultuurfonds