1. Music on a bound string #1, excerpts, 2015

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    Is music solely meant to be heard? reflecting upon this question, this work uses visible sound, traveling through a bound string, as main sonic material for a musical composition. It explores natural wave behaviors and properties, along with acoustic phenomena.

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    • Alexandra Pirici & Manuel Pelmus: Enactment of “Disappearing Music for Face” by Mieko Shiomi (OFF-Biennale Budapest)

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      Alexandra Pirici & Manuel Pelmus: Enactment of “Disappearing Music for Face” by Mieko Shiomi (2 hours long ongoing action) April 25-26, 2015, Mayakovsky 102, the open office of tranzit. hu, 1068 Budapest, Király utca 102. Video: Péter Hencz Photos: https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.951753651524908.1073741854.113709735329308&type=1 Alexandra Pirici and Manuel Pelmus use enactment as a strategy to actualize, but also to de-scale and de-monumentalize significant artworks or even situations and events that are somehow connected to art history. They use these art historical references as starting points to produce new immaterial works that feature performers wearing everyday clothes, using only their bodies and voices. In 2013, as invited artists of the Romanian Pavilion, they selected works from the Venice Biennale’s more than century-long history for An Immaterial Retrospective of the Venice Biennale, while the following year in Paris they presented Just Pompidou it. A Retrospective of Centre Pompidou. In response to tranzit.hu’s invitation, the Bucharest-based artists propose a long duration enactment/quotation of Japanese artist Mieko Shiomi’s Fluxus action, Disappearing Music for Face, as part of the OFF-Biennale Budapest. In the work of Shiomi a smile slowly fades into a neutral facial expression. In cooperation with performers, Pirici and Pelmus will create a sculpture-like machine that reflects on the declared aims of the OFF-Biennale, too. At the same time, their on-going action is a comment not only on the current situation in Hungary—where nationalist isolationism increases and art initiatives are subsumed under ideological control—but also in a larger, global context. As the performers struggle to keep finding a reason to smile, the very long “disappearing music for face” could enact, in a both sad and funny way, the effort we make in finding a reason to keep struggling. Curated by Gyula Muskovics The project will be realized as part of the OFF-Biennale Budapest. With the contribution of: Anna Biczók, Ádám Czitrom, Judit Dömötör, László Göndör, Olívia Harmath, Barbara Hegedűs, Ágnes Madaras, Csaba Molnár, Viktor Szeri, Zsófia Tamara Vadas More: http://hu.tranzit.org/en/event/0/2015-04-25/alexandra-pirici-manuel-pelmus-enactment-of-disappearing-music-for-face

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      • Serkan Ozkaya's "MyMoon is Your Moon" Panel Discussion at Postmasters Gallery, May 12, 2015 - Part 1

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        DOWNLOAD MYMOON APP Itunes: http://apple.co/1R82S7A Android: http://bit.ly/1K6HBaa FOLLOW MYMOON Instagram: https://instagram.com/mymoonapp/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mymoonapp Excerpt from panel discussion MyMoon is Your Moon with Artist Serkan Ozkaya DJ Spooky Philosopher Guven Guzeldere and Poet Robert Fitterman mymoonapp.com serkanozkaya.com 21cmuseumhotels.com postmastersart.com

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        • Music on a Bound String No. 2, excerpts, 2015

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          Is music solely meant to be heard? reflecting upon this question, this work uses visible sound, traveling through a bound string, and light as main material for a musical composition. It explores natural wave behaviors and resonating phenomena in a string that constantly vibrates and reflects light.

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          • Music on a bound string #1, full piece, 2015

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            Is music solely meant to be heard? reflecting upon this question, this work uses visible sound, traveling through a bound string, as main sonic material for a musical composition. It explores natural wave behaviors and properties, along with acoustic phenomena.

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            • #everyyou

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              Just what I see and what I feel when I'm painting. Enjoy.

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              • A dinner with DADA MAGAZINE

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                "A dinner with" è un progetto che nasce per presentare lo staff di DADA MAGAZINE. A seguito di una settimana dove ogni componente della redazione ha realizzato un video mentre stava cenando siamo arrivate alla nostra prima riunione di redazione. La prima cena di DADA MAGAZINE. Lanciamo una sfida alle persone interessate a entrare nel nostro team, a persone creative e spiritose che hanno voglia di mettersi alla prova. Cerchiamo fotografi, grafici, videomakers, scrittori, creativi. Ogni persona avrà modo di lavorare in base alle sue capacità e desideri, partiamo dal basso ma puntiamo alla luna! Scriveteci: infodadamagazine@gmail.com

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                • CHUBIKA - Collaboration with Nino Ananiashvili

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                  • Wayang Workshop for Heri Dono 'Animachines' at Färgfabriken

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                    As part of Heri Dono 'Animachines' Exhibition, Färgfabriken welcomes visitors and students from schools for shadow-puppetry or wayang workshop. In driving his enthusiasm as an artist, Heri Dono finds great motivation from a Javanese traditional shadow-puppet master named Ki Sigit Sukasman, who heavily influenced him throughout his career as a contemporary artist, In its own definition, Wayang is the Javanese traditional shadow-puppetry performance usually accompanied with the traditional set of Javanese percussion instruments known as gamelan. The theatre-like performance of wayang blurs the differences between fine art, literature, theatre performance, and music, combining a wholesome narrative of stories and conceptual ideas. In his wayang career, Ki Sigit Sukasman developed his own wayang style from its traditional aesthetics, known as wayang ukur, by emphasising the measures of the wayang figure in order to distinguish characters through their shadow performance. Sukasman taught Dono the art of wayang and inspired Dono to create artworks as performances through shadow-puppetry. After his successful debut wayang performance of ‘Wayang Legenda’ in 1988 at Seni Sono Gellery, Dono has built his artistic direction through a non-rigid exploration and correlating opposing subjects to form a new way of observation.

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                    • Heri Dono 'Animachines' at Färgfabriken

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                      From 28th March 2015, Heri Dono presents his first solo exhibition in Sweden entitled ‘Animachines’ at Färgfabriken, Stockholm. As part of their long commitment with Indonesia, Färgfabriken showcases Heri Dono’s works through an extraordinary visual experience, which expresses the artist’s uniqueness through his distinctive style and raw presence that are intriguing yet provocative. The installations in the ‘Animachines’ exhibition reflect Heri Dono’s own life experiences of metaphoric relations between humans themselves, human to nature, human to universe, as well as the complex issues of the political situation in Indonesia. By combining animation and animism, Heri Dono showcases thirteen major artworks in bridging the two notions through his creative processes, enthusiasm and mind curiosity on questioning the culture and socio-political ideas presented through the influence of globalisation and Indonesia’s democracy. With the believe of animation as a technique of bringing something to life, Dono applies animism as the spirit that has made objects into living subjects. The exhibition runs until 28th June 2015.

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