quadrophonia #4.0
International Festival of Electroacoustic Art

Neues Museum Nürnberg (DE), September 27-28, 2019

Featured artists: Annette Krebs (DE), Jean-Philippe Gross (FRA), Marko Timlin (FIN), Michael Ammann (DE), Rodrigo Constanzo (PRT/UK) and Svetlana Maraš (SRB).

Quadrophonia is an international festival for free improvisation, experimental surround sound and undefinable sound objects. The festival unites 6 sound artists, electroacoustics, sound researchers, sound designers and musicians of different styles with their very own acoustic concepts for two days.

The festival is conceptually divided into two parts.
Part 1: Two collective improvisations involving all the artists using a quadrophonic loudspeaker system. These improvisations unfold according to a time-based score conceived by Michael Ammann. This score defines the three possible states of each artist as either listener, sender or receiver.
Part 2: Each artist plays a solo concert followed by a panel discussion with the audience.

File under:
# analog musical instrument
# light-to-sound conversion
# arduino microprocessors
# collective improvisation
# graphical score
# quadrophonic listening experience