Posts Tagged ‘sound art’

Aural Liquidity: ‘Oneironautics’ at Arkaoda

Article by Hannah Carroll Harris // Mar. 12, 2020
Being submerged in an underwater sound bath in the basement of a Berlin club may not seem like the most meditative experience, but somehow sitting on the floor alongside a hundred other people I[read on]


Foam and Content: Caterina Gobbi at Zönotéka

berlinartlink review of Caterina Gobbi

Article by Rositza Alexandrova // Jan. 28, 2020
You would have seen them. The multitude of tiny hats, the sombre homogeneous haloes atop identikit outsized attire – squadrons of sonic savants and ferociously well-read CTM regulars swarming at[read on]


Pe Lang’s Take on the ‘Post-Digital’

Berlin Art Link Review of Pe Lang at Galeria Mazzoli

Article by Mary Alexander // June 11, 2019
Pe Lang, a Swiss artist long associated with sound art, is best known for his sculptural constructions that explore the possibilities of pattern and randomness, resistance and flow[read on]


Vinyl -terror & -horror’s Sound Sculptures

Article by Johanna Hardt // Feb. 06, 2019
Distant thunder, rainfall, winds howling, a murmur of a group speaking softly and unintelligibly, heavy breathing, creaky door hinges, footsteps on squeaky floors, eerie chords, heartbreaking sequences,[read on]


Aurora Exhibition Illuminates Dallas, Texas

Berlin Art Link on AURORA 2018

Article by Berlin Art Link // Dec. 02, 2018
Every two years, internationally recognized artists working in light, video and sound illuminate the city of Dallas, Texas, for a one-night-only exhibition, curated under the theme ‘Future Worlds’ by DooEun Choi (NYC), Justine[read on]


Aural Art at Galerie im Turm

Berlin Art Link Annoucnement Gil Delindro at Galerie im Turm

July 17, 2018
Through his kinetic sculptures, artist Gil Delindro employs natural materials to make silent occurrences audible. For example, his piece ‘Manta Morta’ (2016) posed the question: What does decay sound like?[read on]