Floating Sound Gallery

Архив за August 2021

Curse of Knowledge: Gaëtan Gromer — 12.05.2021

12, May, 2021 Episode 11 of the online series of artistic conversations Curse of Knowledge, organized by Institut Francais in St.Petersburg, New Media Lab and «ЗДЕСЬ на Таганке» gallery. 19:00 — performance Gaëtan Gromer «Mémoires du futur», «Scintillements», «still processing…» (multichannel), 19:30 —  public talk Gaëtan Gromer hosts — Patrick K.-H. and Andrey Bartenev, introduction — Pascal Sliwanski (director of Institut Francais in St.Petersburg) @ Media-Center of The New […]

Curse of Knowledge: Armando Balice — 31.03.2021

31, March, 2021 Episode 11 of the online series of artistic conversations Curse of Knowledge, organized by Institut Francais in St.Petersburg, New Media Lab and «ЗДЕСЬ на Таганке» gallery. 19:00 — performance Armando Balice Empty Garden (8 channels), 19:30 —  public talk Armando Balice hosts — Patrick K.-H. and Andrey Bartenev, introduction — Pascal Sliwanski (director of Institut Francais in St.Petersburg) @ Media-Center of The New Stage of […]

Victoria Morgunova

Victoria Morgunova — media artist, musician. Born in 1995 in Tver, where she graduated with honours from the school of art at the Tver College of culture named after N. A. Lvov.  In 2012 she moved to Saint Petersburg, where she attended Pavlov First State Medical University of St. Petersburg.  Since 2015 she studies and […]

Olga Zubova

Olga Zubova is a sound and visual artist, performer, and an art historian. Works in various mediums, including sound, performance, video, and installations. In her projects, she investigates human self-representation in different realities, and draws on a speculative or parafictional approach, creating alternative scenarios of the world. Born in Siberia, she now lives and works […]

Jean-Claude Risset

Jean-Claude Risset. Born in 1938, Jean-Claude Risset studied piano, music, and music composition with André Jolivet, in parallel with his scientific studies at the École Normale Supérieure. He is known as one of the leading pioneers of computer sound synthesis along with Max Mathews and John Chowning. At the Bell Laboratories in the 1960s, he […]

Matthias Makowsky

Matthias Alexander Makowsky (*1978, Vienna) — composer, producer, musician, artist, curator. Projects in the fields of visual arts, concerts, performances, multimedia, installations. Studied computer music and electronic media at University of Music and Performing Arts,  design, architecture and environment at the Applied Arts University (Vienna). Sound research and sound projection activities at MAK Nite, TramJam, the […]

Katharina Klement

Katharina Klement born 1963 in Austria, active as composer-performer in the field of composed and improvised, electronic and instrumental music. Numerous cross-connecting projects within the fields of music-text-video. She is particularly interested in the piano and its extended playing techniques. Founder and member of several ensembles for improvised music. International concerts and performances, most recently in […]

Jorge Sad

Jorge Sad Levi, Buenos Aires (1959). He has studied composition at Buenos Aires Catholic University and at Université de Montréal.  He has been distinguished with the First Prize at the City of Buenos Aires Composition Contest. He has been working in acousmatic, mixed and multimedia compositions in many different studios around the world, like LIEM and […]

Horacio Vaggione

Horacio Vaggione has been integrating computers to his approach to composition since the 1970s. His body of work includes electroacoustic pieces, mixed pieces, and instrumental music. Born in 1943 in Argentina, Vaggione has been residing in France since 1978. He studied piano with Ornella Ballestreri and composition at Universidad Nacional de Córdoba (Argentina, 1959-62) and […]

Elsa Justel

Elsa Justel (Argentine-France). PhD in Aesthetics, Science and Technology of the Arts at the University of Paris, Elsa Justel currently works as an independent composer and video artist, having received commissions from the French government and different European production studies. She has received composition awards such as: Prix Ton Bruynèl, Netherlands (2005), Prix Ars Electronica, Austria […]

Dmitri Kourliandski

Dmitri Kourliandski, born 1976 in Moscow, graduated from the Moscow Conservatory and completed post-graduate course led by Leonid Bobylev. His compositions won prizes at the international composers competitions, including the Gaudeamus Prize 2003, Gianni Bergamo Classic Music Award 2010, Johann Joseph Fux opera composition competition 2011, Andrey Voznesensky foundation “Parabola” prize 2016, Franco Abbiati 2017 […]

Diego Losa

Diego Losa. A member of INA GRM (Music Research Group) and in charge of the digitisation of GRM’s original work, Diego Losa is also a sound manager and technical assistant to guest composers at INA. A Sound Engineering professor at Sorbonne (Paris I) and EICAR Film School, Diego also teaches electroacoustic music at St-Etienne Conservatoire à rayonnement régional. Diego […]

Daniil Koronkevich

Daniil Koronkevich — sound engineer, composer, theatrical sound designer. His attention to sound as environment stems from his earlier job as geophysicist, in which kind he largely traveled to many remote territories of Russia — Altai, Chukotka, and Kola Peninsula. In his current works, he is driven by intention to transpose and scale those unique soundscapes through […]

Angélica Castelló

Angélica Castelló — composer, sound artist. Using field recordings, radio and cassette devices together with the extravagant sounds of the paetzold recorder, composer and sound artist Angelica Castelló journeys through the enigmatic land of lost memories, death and traumatic encounters, fragility, dreamworld and the subconscious. Born in Mexico City, Castelló studied classical recorder and composition […]

Alexander Belousoff

Alexander Belousoff — director and composer. He studied in Kiev Conservatory, in Boris Yukhananov’s Studio of individual direction and in the Laboratory of Anatoly Vasilyev. Author / director of operas “Maniosis”, “Maniosis 2” and “The Book of Seraphim” and composer for many productions of Stanislavsky Electrotheatre: “Thunderstorm”, “Dostoevsky FM”, “Maids”, “MEDEAMATERIAL”, “A Midsummer Night’s Dream”, “Engagement”, […]