Upcoming exhibitions, performances, concerts, publications and lectures by PhDArts, docARTES and ACPA researchers
Upcoming activities by docARTES PhD candidates Shaya Feldman, Anne Veinberg, Ned McGowan and Nizar Rohana, PhDArts candidates Brigitte Kovacs, Eleni Kamma, Danne Ojeda, Andrea Stultiens and K.G.Guttman and ACPA PhD candidate Henri Bok.
After successful premieres of two recent solo pieces in Spain and the United States, ACPA researcher Henri Bok will soon premiere a new duo work (for tenor saxophone and bass clarinet), titled “small change”.
Henri Bok and his wife Ann Eleri Evans (tenor saxophone) will contribute as well to the conference Doctors in Performance, to take place in Dublin (8 and 9 September, Royal Irish Academy of Music) as duo Hevans. The title of the lecture recital is: “The process of developing the microtonal capabilities or single reed instruments”.
The concert will comprise the following works: There are Wholes Neither nor Parts III (2011) by Scott McLaughlin, Early One Morning (2014) by Christopher Fox and Bok’s newest piece Small Change (2016).
Na succesvolle premières van zijn nieuwste solostukken in Spanje en de Verenigde Staten gaat er binnenkort een nieuw duostuk (tenorsaxofoon en basklarinet) in première, getiteld small change.
Henri Bok en zijn echtgenote Eleri Ann Evans (tenorsaxofoon) zullen als duo Hevans een bijdrage leveren aan de conferentie Doctors in Performance in Dublin (8 en 9 september, Royal Irish Academy of Music). De titel van hun lecture recital is: The process of developing the microtonal capabilities of single reed instruments.
De werken die worden uitgevoerd zijn: There are Neither Wholes nor Parts III (2011) van Scott McLaughlin, Early one morning (2014) van Christopher Fox en zijn nieuwste stuk small change (2016).
PhDArts researcher k.g. Guttman will be presenting her performance "I asked the audience to close one eye" at Blackwood Gallery's Running with Concepts: The Choreographic Edition, at the University of Toronto, Canada on September 17th, 2016
“I ask the audience to close one eye” is a choreographic coming-into-form of personal/political latencies of love, questions of genetic pre-dispositions, and animate/inanimate relations.
The performance mixes the digital presence of the archive with the format of the live interview. Using performance tactics of proximity, framing, pausing and pacing, the performance makes unlikely connections between strangers and objects.
docARTES PhD researcher and oud player Nizar Rohana has recently released a new video of a solo piece from his album Furāt (Euphrates), titled Ṣafṣāf Abyaḍ (White Willow). The video was recorded at the Metaalkathedraal Utrecht and can be accessed online here.
More information about this record can be found on his website
docARTS PhD researcher and flutist Ned McGowan has recently released a new record titled: The Art of the Contrabass Flute. The CD was released on August 11th and is available on Karnatic Lab records. Digital download available on: Amazon, iTunes, Google Music.
Besides this, his piece Rickshaw Zip for piccolo and piano (2015), awarded by the National Flute Association (nfaonline.org) has been edited by Donemus Special Series and will be performed at NFA Convention by Tracy Doyle (piccolo) and Wendy Caldwell (piano). Winners of the Convention Performers Competition play prize-winning pieces from the Newly Published Music Competition. This took place on Sunday, August 14th at 9.00 a.m. at the Town and Country Convention Center, Golden Ballroom - 500 Hotel Circle N, San Diego, CA, United States.
Flurina Rothenberger / Andrea Stultiens
11/09 - 20/11 2016
PhDArts researcher Andrea Stultiens exhibits her work at Bienne’s Museum PhotoforumPasquArt (Switzerland) together with photographer Flurina Rotherberger.
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21 July 2016
PhDArts researcher Danne Ojeda and Irma Boom's paper "On the Name of Book Wrighting: Irma Boom’s “Transformative Crossover” Production" has been published on Taylor & Francis Online.
1) REPRISE Parrhèsia
PhDArts researcher Eleni Kamma participates in this group exhibition at SIGN, opening Friday 30 September.
2) TERRA MEDITERRANEA: IN ACTION
17/09 - 20/11/2016
Eleni Kamma participates in this group exhibition at HALLE 14 that investigates the turbulent phase that the Mediterranean Sea and its surrounding countries are enveloped in.
In cooperation with the NiMAC - Nicosia Municipal Arts Centre in Cyprus.
3-4 September 2016
Eleni Kamma participates in this festival held at Palais de Tokyo, where more than 30 artists based in Brussels, comprising of visual artists, performers, choreographers and video makers, will show their work.
22/08 - 28/08/2016
Eleni Kamma contributes to this series of one-week courses at Vilnius Academy of Arts (VAA) and Aalto University School of Arts and the Nida Art Colony, Neringa in Lithuania. The courses feature seven lecturers, academics and selected doctoral students who will reflect on the value of artist placements in non-arts organisations, such as business, political and science bodies.
Approaching the 3s. The spatial, the social, and the sensorium.
2-7 October 2016
PhDArts researcher Brigitte Kovacs participates in this International Autumn School organised by Eva Kernbauer, Luise Reitstätter, Hans Schabus.
University of Applied Arts Vienna.
docARTES researcher Anne Veinberg will perform with live coder Felipe Ignacio Noriega as duo Off<>zz on the 31 tone Fokker Organ at the Lost and Found event at Muziekgebouw aan 't IJ at 20.00 p.m. on September 2nd.
Within the the International Computer Music Conference in Utrecht, Anne will perform m'habiller encore by David Litke for piano and live electronics and Chromotoy I Three Sketches by Christina Viola Oorebeek for toy piano, tines and soundwheel with live electronics on 14th of September at 19.00 p.m.
On the 15th of September, another performance of her duo Off<>zz is planned for the session at 23.00 p.m.
Together with Felipe Ignacio Noriega, she will present their paper SCHEDULED VISUAL CONTACT AS A STRATEGY FOR IMPROVED COMMUNICATION IN A LIVE CODER AND PIANO ENSEMBLE and give an associated interactive performance at the International Conference on Live Coding in Hamilton, Canada.
docARTES researcher, double bass player and vocalist Shaya, together with his trio Zvov, have created a new show called Zvov Sensory. This show is planned to tour both Israel and The Netherlands in the coming months. A list of the programmed concerts is included below.
In order to realize this project the trio has started a crowd-funding campaign, which can be accessed here:
1.9 at 20:00
Dadalend (100 years of Dada) Tel-Aviv Museum (Tel-Aviv)
5.9 at 15:00, 20:00
Babel (workshop and concert by Shaya Feldman & Maya Felixbrodt) at the 2000 (Jerusalem)
6.09 at 20:30
Zvov Sensory open and general rehearsal at the Barbur Gallery (Jerusalem)
08.09 various performances
Zvov Sensory perform at Hedim as part of the Jerusalem Season of Culture
09.09 at 12:00
The End - the launching of the album and the film - Tel-Aviv museum
10.09 at 20:00
Zvov Sensory in a home concert in TLV
11.09 at 21:00
Zvov Sensory perform at the Old Synagogue of Neve Tzedek (Tel-Aviv)
18.09 at 20:00
Performance of Zvov Trio at Tante Nino (Rotterdam)