Audiosphere Sound Experimentation 1980 – 2020. Part 20.
Sound exhibition excerpts @ Museo Nacional Centro De Arte Reina Sofia; Madrid; Spain.
Curator, production and realisation by Francisco López.
Head of exhibition: Teresa Velázquez.
Exhibition coordination by Rafael García and Natalia Guaza.
“ Audiosphere synthesizes the wide territory of the huge, delocalized, underground, and multiform universe of social experimental audio.”
By way of a selection of hundreds of sound works, Audiosphere. Sound Experimentation 1980-2020 looks to cover an historical and cultural void in terms of the recognition, exhibition and analysis of a key part of the recent changes that have taken place in the artistic conception of sound creation.
Conceived from a social perspective, and with the aim of revealing and providing context to reflect upon and discuss the techno-cultural changes that have occurred since the 1980’s, the exhibition will present the work of a broad number of experimental sound artists, hailing from all over the world, the majority unknown to the contemporary art spectator.
Audiosphere thus seeks to constitute a non-conceptual, large-scale contemporary art exhibition with no images or objects, underpinned solely by sound works and an exhibition design that facilitates experiential, profound and prolonged listening.
01. Fani Konstantinidou. Rise. 4:48.
02. Ferran Fages. Intersecció. 5:36.
03. Five Elements Music (Sergey Suhovik). Magic Of Deconstructor Band — Fragment 1 [fragment]. 6:01.
04. Flavien Gillié. Ballade de Bruits [fragment]. 4:55.
05. France Jobin. Graviton. 5:04.
06. Francesco Giomi. Alla carta. 4:50.
07. Francisco Ali-Brouchoud. Spandrel (for Zbigniew Karkowski). 5:14.
08. Francisco Meiriño. You Know Nothing. 6:08.
09. Francisco “Tito” Rivas. Binaura: la soberbia de la luz. 5:30.
10. François Tétaz. The Motionless World of Time (I) [fragment]. 6:01.
11. Frank Rothkamm. Nine Eighth Moon. 4:14.
12. Giorgio Magnanensi. veryglitchypatch. 2:27.