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Digital Musics & Sound Art In Concert

This extended audiovisual live performance will showcase the three prizewinners in the 2011 Prix Ars Electronica’s Digital Musics & Sound Art category.

Jana Winderen (NO), honored with the Golden Nica for Energy Field, obtains her sound material in the wild. She recorded all of it in the depths of the Barents Sea and amidst the fjords and glacial landscapes of northern Norway and Russia.

Philip Jeck (UK), recipient of an Award of Distinction for Suite: Live in Liverpool, amazes those who behold his sophisticated utilization of old record albums and turntables.

bee by Apostolos Loufopoulos (GR) was likewise singled out for recognition with an Award of Distinction. It transports listeners into the acoustic microcosms of insects.

Mucilaginous Omniverse by Dmitry Gelfand (RU) and Evelina Domnitch (BY) works acoustically with a standing wave that forms out of oil droplets above a water surface being radiated with sound.

Filming is prohibited.

OK – Night

The OK becomes a partylocation.


Between dusk and dawn, Sam Auinger, featured artist at Ars Electronica 2011, will impart motion to the spatial volume of Linz’s St. Mary’s Cathedral by means of a sound installation featuring performative elements

“100 000 m³ bewegte luft ” (2011 ) soundinstallation with performance by Sam Auinger
Soundinstallation: Sam Auinger
Soundmaterial: Sam Auinger, Tamtam (Raumfarben)
Performance: Technologies (David Moss, voc. ; Hannes Strobl, e- doublebass; Sam Auinger, electronics) and Wolfgang Kreuzhuber, organs.


This year there’s going to be a lot of concerts again at Ars Electronica Festival, such as the Klangwolke on September 3rd and Night of Concerts on 4th of September. Until more things are organised, enjoy our blog.