Circuit Bridges: First Bridges, Audio Works from Media Studies Students
Circuit Bridges collaborated with Sprawl to present new audio works by students from the London School of Communication (University of the Arts London) and The New School in two special concerts in London and New York City. The concerts, featured sound art and electroacoustic music, and took place at the Machines Room, 45 Vyner Street, London on April 16th as part of sonica.fm, and at Gallery MC, 549 W 52nd St, New York, New York on April 30th. Pieces were also streamed at sonic.fm and later broadcasted via Resonance FM.
Students from Media Studies and Parsons School of Art, Media, and Technology who’s work was featured included: Emil Boserup, Marc Fiaux, Oscar Gracida, Fatima Mendez, Eric Romeo, and Evan Viola.
The selected fixed stereo works displayed a wide range of influences and processes, including a listening ritual in Sufi meditation, attention economics, sounds produced on hand-built instruments, free improvisation, imaginary acoustic spaces creating a sensorial experience, noise and urban drone.
Circuit Bridges is a monthly concert series dedicated to highlighting the community of electroacoustic music creators. Founded in 2014 by Robert Voisey and under the artistic direction of David Morneau and Melissa Grey, Circuit Bridges strives to explore all music under the electroacoustic umbrella. This includes but is not limited to sonic art, radio art, glitch, circuit bending, electronica, real-time improvisation, network performance, audiovisual composition, mash-up, and data sonification. Our mission is to connect with artists from around the globe to present the wealth of electroacoustic music being written today.
For more information visit: www.CircuitBridges.com