International Festival
of Computer Arts

Event

TONSPUR for a public space

  • Sound Event

23. Oct 2020 at 17:00 — 29. Apr 2021 at 20:00

TONSPUR_passage
Glavni trg, Maribor, Slovenia

Selectors Miha Horvat, Georg Weckwerth
TONSPUR for a public space

TONSPUR_passage Maribor (the passage between the Main Square and Rotovž Square) represents a real architectural space in an urban centre and is equipped with mounted speakers for a multi-channel playback of compositions made specifically for the passage constellation. The TONSPUR project offers a rich and interdisciplinary cooperation with sound in the field of contemporary art as well as a high-end art programme in the centre of Maribor. Multi-channel art compositions transcend the stereo experience and thereby create attractive and acoustic sound spaces in the public space – spaces that enrich urban centres and bring high-end art and technology closer to the people. TONSPUR_passage Maribor has been operating for the past five years as part of the International Festival of Computer Arts at the initiative of and in cooperation with the Sonda Foundation and TONSPUR Kunstverein Wien.

For 26th IFCA TONSPUR presents two projects:

  • OR poiesis: YAMAMAYU
    (Petra Kapš)
    > from 23rd of October till 5th of November 2020
  • Heklab.arhiv 2019/2020
    (authors: Monika Pocrnjić, Aphra Tesla, Matej Modrinjak, Marko Gutman, Rob Canning)
    (selection and editing: Marko Gutman)
    > from 1st of December 2020 till 4th of January 2021
  • PRIVATE DOTS AND PUBLIC CLOUDS
    (Maxim Brezhnev, Christopher Friess, Marlene Fröhlich, Chris Izsák, Luise Lutz, Luīze Nežberte, Elisa Pezza, Leonhard Pill, Julian Siffert)
    > from 4th of January 2021 for at least the next six months

TONSPUR_passage Maribor has been operating for the past five years as part of the International Festival of Computer Arts at the initiative of and in cooperation with the Sonda Foundation and TONSPUR Kunstverein Wien (Tonspur.at).

With the financial support of the Municipality of Maribor / Co-organisation: Sonda Foundation / Special thanks: Dr Boštjan Dvořák.

Photogallery (photo: Andrej Lamut)