Sound art exhibition 'Four compositions' by Krista Dintere, Ivo Tauriņš at RIXC Gallery

2019 02 21 — 2019 04 20 at RIXC Centre for New Media Culture
Author Echo Gone Wrong
Published in Events in Latvia

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Sound Art exhibition. Multichannel sound compositions and the immersive sound of the composition At the Crossroads of the Sun by Ēriks Ešenvalds performed by the ensemble Balti.

Krista Dintere is an artist from Liepaja, working between the fields of sound art, experimental composition, media arts, and creative research. In her works, she explores the borders of the physicality of sound and how sound is communicated between humans through psychoacoustics. Since 2012 Krista has participated and her works have been presented in the media and sound art group exhibitions, projects and light festivals in Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia, Germany, Italy and Poland.

https://soundcloud.com/dintere/

Ivo Tauriņš has graduated from the New Media Art Master’s program at the University of Liepāja. He has studied sound art at the Bauhaus-University Weimar, Media Art and Design Master’s program, Electro-Acoustic Music and Experimental Radio Studies subprogram. Ivo did an internship in space acoustics in the German company Müller-BBM GmbH. He has currently exchanged his perennial hobby of conducting and collecting analogue records for a deep technology of digital recording, examining its processing both in theory and practice.

The exhibition will run until April 20, 2019, opening hours: Monday – Saturday 12.00–18.00, closed on Sundays. Admission free.

We welcome school children and student groups for guided tours on Thursdays and Fridays. To apply please call +371 67228478 or write an e-mail to rixc@rixc.org

RIXC Gallery, Lenču iela 2, Riga

Support: State Culture Capital Foundation of Latvia, the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Latvia, Riga City Council, Art Research Laboratory (MpLab) of Liepaja University, the use of the composition “At the Crossroads of the Sun” by Ēriks Ešenvalds in the art installation is supported by the publisher Musica Baltica