New sound installation, Van Doesburg House, France
On Saturday 2 November 2019 at 14:00 CET the sound artist Fedde ten Berge (*1983) is a guest artist at the Maison Van Doesburg, Meudon, Paris, France. He presents several of his installations to the public.
In addition, the architect Machiel Spaan and composer Rozalie Hirs present the try-out of their new architectural sound installation Ways of Space (2019), which they have developed in close collaboration during their artist-in-residence at Van Doesburg House, Meudon, France. The new work is inspired by the concept of the open plattegrond (English: open floorplan) Theo Van Doesburg (1883-1931) developed for his architectural work, including his own residence at rue Infroît, Meudon, France. Spaan creates the spatial arrangement of loudspeakers and Hirs custom-synthesises new electronic sounds for the musical compositon. It is the third collaborative architecture/sound art project by Spaan and Hirs, after Curvices (2013-present), and the Listening House (2017-present). The residency is supported by the Mondriaanfonds, Theo Van Doesburg House, and STEIM.
The event is part of the ‘Open Saturday’ series at Van Doesburg House, curated and hosted by Machiel Spaan and Rozalie Hirs, who live as artists-in-residence at Van Doesburg House from September through December 2019. The above picture shows an image of the gouache grondelement van de schilderkunst (1924-25) by Van Doesburg.
Time: 14:00 CET
Location: Van Doesburg House, 29 rue Charles-Infroit, Meudon, Paris, France