What is the role of innovation and spatial audio in the middle of an economic crisis and climate change when basic needs are getting crucial?
After having lived in metropolises (Budapest, Rome, Berlin, London; Newcastle) for 40 years, Endre Vazul Mandli (andyvazul) settled down in a dead-end village with 300 habitants in Hungary to slow down and work on the lands with cows. With his focus on ecological sound art he recorded the soundscape of the area where the protagonists are the trees, winds and animals. He also investigated local craftspeople on their relation to innovation and tradition. All these recordings are played on the one-seated, 16 channel sound dome built by the artist.
12-14 January | 4-8PM