Floating Sound Gallery

Архив статей с меткой «Alexei Borisov»

Seeing sound: the gallery where the sonic dreams of the Soviet avant-garde live on.

Sabina Minalto for The Calvert Jounal http://calvertjournal.com/articles/show/4002/Floating-Sound-art-Gallery-St-Petersburg-theremin-Soviet-avant-garde


Where to find sound art in Petersburg.

Sabina Minalto on FSG for 101.ru.com, RU http://101.ru.com/post/112311508893


Alexei Borisov / Patrick K.-H. – 21.02.15

. 18:00 - Patrick K.-H., “Dissimilate”, pt. 2, 16-channels sound installation (2015). “Quite subtile, strange color, suspending time…  sharp ear!” (François Bayle on “Dissimilate”, pt. 2). 20:00 - Alexei Borisov, multi channel audio performance. For his performances, Alexei Borisov uses a broader range of audio-equipement, from digital instruments to lo-fi and household devices. Computer software (Audio Mulch), smartphone, micro-cassette recorder, radio, noisy synths from […]


Alexei Borisov

Alexei Borisov. Outside of his native Russia, Alexei Borisov is probably best known as a live performer with a sound and visual style that make his performances transcend the usual gig situation and resemble Beckett-style absurd theatre. Perhaps the most appropriate term for their soundtrack would be ”live collage”, often based on domestic or everyday […]