Electropixel 12 – NYC – Exhibition – 6th to 24th August

6th – 24th of August 

Opening the 6th of August 2022
Harvestworks Art and Technology Program. Building 10a, Nolan Park, Governors Island – 7PM with performances from Ben Owen, Solar Return, Nini and Thenoiser

Solar pannel powered sound insects generating tones (changing pitch with sun activities) – a couple of Apocrita will be singing un til they die at each exhibition point.

Artists from around the globe propose a sound piece to feed the Horspiel Machine (postcard and QR codes available on each site)

1-Moma Ps1(parking sign)

2-Empire State Building (in front of the entrance)

3-Central Park (look up)

4-Times square (signs)

5-Brooklyn Bridge (the sound of the view)

6-Governor’s Island (Nolan Park – close to Harvestworks)

7-Chinatown / Experimental Intermédia (on the scaffolding outside)

With the participation of international sound artists 

Ben Owen (USA)
Nikki Lindt (USA)
Seth Clueth (USA)
Heidi Neilson  (USA)
Amble Skuse  (UK)
Gaël Segalen  (FR)
Apo33 Collective (FR)
Marinos Koutsomichalis  (GR)
Solar Return (Pickett/Ottavi) (FR/UK)
Dinah Bird +  Jean-Philippe Renoult (FR)


Festival of emerging digital cultures and free electronic practices, Electropixel is part of an international network of electronic arts festivals. The festival opens a singular space allowing the meeting of artists (audiovisual, musicians, visual artists, intermedia, performers, etc.), theorists, programmers, tinkerers, and inventors of all kinds and of the factories of the everyday. For this new edition of the Electropixel festival, we plan to deepen the relationship to the collective and to shared creation through a network of international exchanges.
The festival continues to imagine and think about the new modalities of artistic creation during the pandemic and in particular the disintegration of the idea of commonality and sharing. We need to find links in creation, new ways to explore new writing together rather than being isolated, confined, separated. How to build creations that represent multiple and delocalized collectives?


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