Von: Jessica Ekomane Etoua
Datum: Tue, 2 Aug 2016
Betreff: Fwd: 10.08: ‚Untold Stories‘ in Quiet Cue mit Jessica Ekomane,
Jasmine Guffond & Silje Nes
Jessica Ekomane, Jasmine Guffond, Silje Nes
As humans continually try to grasp the underlying systems determining
our physical environment, we are faced with the limitations of our human
perception. Invisible and inaudible infrastructures determine and
influence individual and collective trajectories.
The group exhibition Untold Stories explores the limits of our
perception, and thereby information that is usually inaccessible to us.
The works engage with phenomena that lie outside of the human hearing
range such as wireless networks or the kinetic properties of sub sonic
sounds. Through generative experiments, sound installations and
performance, the exhibition will offer a glimpse into some of the
imperceivable structures shaping our everyday experience.
at Quiet Cue
Flughafenstraße 38, 12053 Neukölln, Berlin
Wed. 10 August · 18h
with live performances by Jessica Ekomane
and duet by Jasmine Guffond (Wi-Fi, GPS, Subwoofer) & Anthea Caddy (Cello)
11–14 August · 15–19h
Jessica Ekomane was born in France. She now lives and works in Berlin.
Her practice unfolds around sound installations, site-specific sound
interventions and music. She received an honorary mention for the
Sonotopia award 2016 and has been a DAAD scholarship holder.
Jasmine Guffond is a sound artist and composer from Sydney AUS, living
and working in Berlin DE. She has performed live internationally,
exhibited sound installations and recorded music for CD and 12inch vinyl
releases with the Staubgold, Monika Enterprise and Sonic Pieces labels.
Her recent projects were interventions that employed digital
technologies, sonification and the aesthetisation of data as a means of
generating discussion around contemporary surveillance technologies as
well as producing experimental audio works. She is a current recipient
of the ‚Arbeitsstipendium für Neue Music und Klangkunst’ from the Berlin
Silje Nes is based in Bergen NO + Berlin DE, working on various projects
within music, experimental sound and sound installations. She released
Ames Room (2007) and Opticks (2010) on FatCat Records, and has toured
internationally with her music. Taking interest in spacial and physical
manifestations of sound, in her current work she explores the creation
of environments that will express a certain autonomy, removed from
compositorial processes. Her current project is supported by the
Norwegian Arts Council.