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Sonic Arts Revisited

David Behrman (US), Francesco Cavaliere (IT), WIDT (PL), Gordon Mumma’s "The Dresden Interleaf 13 February 1945", Robert Ashley’s "Atalanta"
Sat. 16 September 2017
BOZAR, Brussels
doors: 22:00

A collab between KRAAK & BOZAR electronic Arts Festival to celebrate the 50th birthday of The Sonic Arts Group performance at BOZAR.

In april 1967 the Sonic Arts Group scandalized the Brussels audience with a series of avant-garde concerts a

David Behrman

David Behrman is one of the most influential pioneers in electronic and avant-garde music. In 1966 he founded together with Ashley, Mumma and Lucier the Sonic Arts Group/Union and reshaped the definitions of music on a conceptual and a formal level by

WIDT

The Polish duo WIDT explores the vague terrain where music becomes images and images become music. They explore the endless possibilities of video feedback and extended vocal techniques, blending both into an overwhelming synaestic exp

Francesco Cavaliere

As a true heir of the Italian electro-acoustic avant-garde, the composer and visual artist Francesco Cavaliere blends tape collage, electronic sound synthesis and poésie concréte into subtle compositions. His work show a fondness for poetic and elegant