27. Audio Art Festival
Audio Art is an experimental and postmodernist art of the close of the 20th century and the beginning of the 21st century, which integrates sound and visual arts.
Audio Art presentations appear in the form of the concert, performance and installation stemming from a new concept of sound source: as an object and musical instrument that exist in a particular space and time. Audio Art is a “one-person art”: composer, designer and performer unify the whole process of art creation and performance.
Audio Art Festival presents individual artists from all over the world and the projects they launch.
At the Bunkier Sztuki Gallery, Audio Art Festival will present Edwin van der Heide’s installation Shifting Noise Planes and Jan-Peter E.R. Sonntag’s video work BOO84.
As the festival opens, the concert Tuba, Mirum Spargens Sonum will add to it, taking place on 15 November, Friday, at 6 pm. Performed by Edwin van der Heide and Jan-Peter E.R. Sonntag.
Edwin van der Heide is an artist, composer and researcher in the field of sound, space and interaction. He extends musical composition and musical language into spatial, interactive and interdisciplinary directions. His work comprises installations, performances and environments. The audience is placed in the middle of the work and challenged to actively explore, interact and relate themselves to the artwork.
Born 1965 in Lübeck. Artist and composer. 1986–1998 studies of Art, Art History, Music, German Literature, Sociology and Philosophy (Aesthetics). 1989 first meeting with the German artist Franz Erhard Walther followed by collaborative performances. 1993–1995 Artistic Advisor, Stiftung Weimarer Klassik for experimental art and music in a dialogue with the current research on Nietzsche. Since 1990 he creates site-specific, interactive installations on perception of light and sound. Since 1995 work on the interface of the human body and technical/medial systems, presented in the context of the “white cube”. Lived in Oldenburg, Barcelona, lives in Berlin.