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Artist standing in front of reclaimed organ pipes for a sound installation.

Photo by Emanuel Wallace

Re:Sound New and Experimental Music Festival | Festival de Música Nueva y Experimental

Saturday, May 18, 2024, 10:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m. and Sunday, May 19, 2024, 10:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.
Location: Community Arts Center
Centro de Artes Comunitarias
Free. All ages. No registration required. | Gratis. Todas edades. No es necesario registrarse.

About The Event

Re:Sound is an annual “new” and experimental music festival produced by Cleveland Uncommon Sound Project (CUSP) featuring music performances and sound-art installations. By connecting local and visiting performers, Re:Sound propels innovation and elevates contemporary artistry in Northeast Ohio. 

The Community Arts Center is excited to present three innovative, contemporary sound-art installations during regular open hours the weekend of the citywide festival. 

Installations showcase Andrew Dyet, a local sound artist, composer, and multi-instrumentalist with a global reach; Ella Medicus, an artist exploring the nature of perception through writings, visuals, and audio; and Maya Nguyen, a Vietnamese Russian interdisciplinary artist whose work considers power dynamics of human interactions. 

In the CAC gallery, Dyet’s Vibrating Forms: A Ceramic Chorus is an immersive sound sculpture that encourages deep listening of textural timbres of ceramic sculptures. Medicus introduces Agreements, a video and sound installation in the building’s loading dock. Agreements is an exploration from the perspective of a photon and wave of light. Nguyen’s Whisper Wind Water, a soundscape featuring her whispering voice, is installed in studio 3 in combination with an art activity. Whisper Wind Water builds textures of wind and water, responding to site-specific environmental habitats.  

Free. All ages. No registration required. 

Re:Sound es un festival anual de música- “nueva” y experimental producido por Cleveland Uncommon Sound Project (CUSP) que presenta actuaciones musicales e instalaciones de arte sonoro. Al conectar los locales y Re:Sound impulsa la innovación y eleva el arte contemporáneo en el noreste de Ohio. 

El Centro de Artes Comunitarias se complace en presentar tres innovadoras instalaciones de arte sonoro contemporáneo durante el horario regular de apertura el fin de semana del festival en toda la ciudad. 

Las instalaciones muestran a Andrew Dyet, un artista sonoro local, compositor y multiinstrumentista con alcance global; Ella Medicus, una artista que explora la naturaleza de la percepción a través de escritos, imágenes y sonoro; Maya Nguyen, artista interdisciplinaria vietnamita rusa cuyo trabajo considera el poder dinámica de las interacciones humanas.     

En la galería CAC, Vibrating Forms: A Ceramic Chorus de Dyet es una escultura sonora inmersiva que fomenta la escucha profunda de los timbres texturales de las esculturas de cerámica. Medicus presenta Agreements, una instalación de video y sonido en el muelle de carga del edificio. Agreements es una exploración desde la perspectiva de un fotón y una onda de luz.  Whisper Wind Water de Nguyen, un paisaje sonoro con su voz susurrante, se instala en estudio 3 en combinación con una actividad artística. Whisper Wind Water construye texturas de viento y agua, respondiendo a hábitats ambientales específicos del sitio. 

Gratis. Todas las edades. No es necesario registrarse.

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