After months of work by Finish artist and researcher Mia Makela,
Live A/V Trajectories an extensive history timeline of audio visual performance, goes live as a free online resource. Mia will give her official official presentation at the opening of AVA Exhibition, at Ort Cafe in Balsall Heath 20/03/2015 between 6-8pm
Flyer artwork off to the printers today!
Thanks for another great job mark at flukedesign.com
Flatpack Film Festival, who are partnering AVA Exhibition ‘Seeing With Sound’, have just published their online whats on. Tickets for the AVA Exhibition Sirens Screening, and Live AV performances at the Hexagon, are now on sale through their ticketing system:http://flatpackfestival.org.uk/events/category/artists-film-installations-events/
Lend your ears to music, open your eyes to painting, and…stop thinking!
Just ask yourself whether the work has enabled you to ‘walk about’ into a hitherto unknown world. If the answer is yes, what more do you want?
Wassily Kandinsky 1866–1944
An exhibition of audio visual arts, with a focus on the history of Visual Music and Live Cinema, placing the current practice of real time audio visual performance within an historical context.
Fri 20th March
Opening of AVA exhibition at Ort Cafe Balsall Heath 6.pm – 8.pm
Including demonstration of a Harmonograph, which has been built by young people, facilitated by sound artist Bobby Bird, at Richard Newton’s CDT club at the Old Printworks in Balsall Heath. There will also be a presentation by Finish researcher and Live Cinema artist Mia Makela of ‘Live A/V Trajectories’, a history timeline, online resource and poster, commissioned for the exhibition. FREE
Sat 21st/Sun 22nd
Exhibition at Ort Cafe Open between 11am- 5pm
– Further demonstration of the Harmonograph. FREE
Sound Bath , with a special focus on the visualisation of sound, led by Soesen Edan from The Musery at The Old Print Works ( above the Ort Cafe). Booking information & times tbc
Sun 22nd March
At Hexagon Theatre MAC
Screening of Sirens an audio visual work by Japanese artist Ryoichi Kurokawa in collaboration with Novi_sad 4pm-5pm Booking information to follow
Live Cinema Performances 3 x 20 minute AV performances by Modulate/ Mark Harris/ Mia Makela + James Andean 7pm-8pm Booking information to follow
Funded by Arts Council England
Partners: Flatpack Film Festival
Ort Cafe / The Old Print Works 500-504 Moseley Road, Balsall Heath, Birmingham, B12 9AH – Map
Hexagon THeatre / MAC, Cannon Hill Park, Birmingham, B12 9QH