Ars Electronica Music Day

Mon 9. 9.
Brucknerhaus, Donaupark, Tabakfabrik Linz

Pursuant to its traditional commitment to electronic music, Ars Electronica dedicates a full program to this genre of such tremendous importance to media art. Ars Electronica Music Day staged in and around the Brucknerhaus is a platform for sound art, radio art, sound sculptures and sound installations. The concert halls and Linz’s riverside Donaupark become sound & action spaces for listening sessions, performances, speeches and conversations.

Electronic All-Request Concert

The Listening Post gets the music started in the AM. Their motto: Your wish is our command! This extravagant all-request show serves up a potpourri from the Digital Musics & Sound Art archive of Prix-Ars Electronica.

Prix Forum V – Digital Musics & Sound Art

Kicking off this live performance are 2013 prizewinners in Prix Ars Electronica’s Digital Musics & Sound Art category. Artists Nicolas Bernier (CA), Chris Carlson (US) and SjQ++ (JP) will present their works in talks and discuss current trends and developments with Prix juror Electric Indigo (AT).
Next up is Werner Jauk (AT), a prominent musical theoretician and practitioner in Graz, who will deliver a special lecture entitled Music and Media Arts on the mediatizing of music and sound.

TOTAL RECALL: Special Perfomances

Ars Electronica Music Day will also feature several objects of a musical nature that are part of the TOTAL RECALL exhibition. Artists Brian House (US), Yuri Suzuki (JP) and Michelle Ngai (JP) awill personally present their works and play installations including The Sound of the Earth, Device Playing: Cassette Recorder II, and Quotidian Record.

Sound Is the Memory of Space

Now hear this: the Klangwolke’s high-performance sound system is being put in the service of sound art and its fine tonal and musical fabrics. Sound is the Memory of Space is a “sonic memory sculpture” that the German-Austrian label MF.Redman will acoustically erect in Donaupark. The construction components include sound & music collages containing material from international historical sound archives.

Listen and Play

The superb acoustics of the Main Hall will provide a very special setting for Listen and Play, presentations, performances and demos by Daito Manabe (JP) and Satoru Higa (JP), Roberto Paci Dalò (IT) and Wolfgang Fadi Dorninger (AT). They’ll deliver audible impressions of their work with music and sound.

Digital Musics in Concert

Taking the stage for the evening program entitled Digital Musics in Concert are Prix Ars Electronica prizewinners Nicolas Bernier (CA), Chris Carlson (US) and SjQ++ (JP). A presentation of the games developed in the Game Jam and a performance by Station Rose (AT) in the Tabakfabrik conclude the evening and the festival.

Mon 9. 9. 10:30 – 21:00
Brucknerhaus, Mittlerer Saal, Großer Saal, Donaupark, Tabakfabrik

Brucknerhaus, Mittlerer Saal

10:30 – 17:00 Listening Post: Sie wünschen, wir spielen – Wunschkonzert aus dem Archiv des Prix Ars Electronica

Klangpark am Donauufer

10:30 – 19:00 “Sound is the Memory of Space” – a sonic memory sculpture von MFRedman (A/D)

Brucknerhaus, Großer Saal

11:30 – 13:00 Prix Forum Digital Musics & Sound Art
14:00 – 15:00 Special Lecture Werner Jauk – “Music and Media Arts“
15:00 – 17:00 Listen and Play – Präsentationen, Performances, Demos von Wolfgang “Fadi” Dorninger, Roberto Paci Dalo, Daito Manabe, TOTAL RECALL: Performances
19:30 – 21:00 Digital Musics in Concert – Prix Ars Electronica PreisträgerInnen-Konzert


21:30 Station Rose

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