CREATIVE EUROPE – CULTURE
Welcome to HoME – House.Music.Europe., an oral history based art-project created in cooperation of four European new music organizations in four countries: Hungary, Austria, Serbia and Spain. Our project combines music and other art forms as well as a social and technical research. Its center piece is a portable house shaped installation collecting, processing and sonifying data of simple storytelling actions of participating individuals of diverse communities. It involves 12 young artists of different genres selected through an international call in order to create sonification algorhythms and further collective works based on the collected materials.
A three years long project phase is co-founded by the Creative Europe Programme of the European Union.
How HoME Installation Works
october – project starts
december – deadline of applying to the open call
january – publishing the results of the call
march – online residency in hungary for the participating artists
august 16-22 – home installation tour in austria
spring – tour of the home installation in spain, hungary and serbia
sept. – residency in serbia for the participating artists
october – home exhibition in barcelona
november – home exhibition in vienna
january – home exhibition in budapest
februar – home exhibition in novi sad
june – october – home performance at new music festivals
october – publication of the online library, documentary screenings
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moment collective The Black Page Orchestra
BLACK PAGE ORCHESTRA, founded 2014 in Vienna, is an ensemble for radical and uncompromising music of current times. The name derives from Frank Zappa’s composition the black page, a piece which score is due to the high density of notes and musical events nearly a black paper. Beside this clear aesthetical approach the ensemble focuses on compositions using electronics, video and different technologies in an artistic context as well as pieces with performative character.
Matthias Kranebitter, artistic leader
Claire Granier Blaschke, project manager
Cultural Centre of Vojvodina Milos Crnjanski
Cultural Centre of Vojvodina”Miloš Crnjanski” exists over 50 years under different names, inherited. Institute for culture of Vojvodine, which inherited Culture & Education Association of Vojvodina.
Our main programs are the following: Research & development projects and International Cooperation (Conferences, researches, exchanges of the art programs) . Creative scenes of Vojvodina (Program 2K+, big orchestra concerts, chamber ensembles, multimedia and documentary projects, artists talks). Publishing work (Magazines, Interculturality and New Thoughts for Vojvodina contemporary culture, books etc.) Annual awards for the region of Vojvodina. 2K+ is permanent antifestival based in Novi Sad, a live music series presenting curated programs of contemporary classical, experimental, improvised and electronic music.
Dragan Ilic – philosopher, curator & manager of the Program 2K+
Svetotar Nesic – composer, curator & manager of the Program 2K+
Mixtur was founded in Barcelona in 2012 with the aim to promote creation, pedagogy, just as the diffusion of the music of our time and sound art, the festival is permanently engaged to the research of sound in itself and its interaction with other art forms. The festival’s commitment to new creation materializes through commissions for composers from all generations that are premiered during the festival. Some of Mixtur main features are the interweaving of pedagogical activities with its program and the diversity of aesthetic proposals that their distinguishing characteristics are innovation and daring. Year after year Mixtur program offers a journey full of contrasts in which we get the chance to know the work of artists that share a common denominator: the spirit of research.
Oliver Rappoport, artistic leader
Oriol Saladrigues, artistic leader
Susana Bautista, projekt manager
Trasparent Sound Festival
The Transparent Sound New Music Festival (meaning also ‘see-through note’) was founded by two composers, Balázs Horváth and Samu Gryllus, in 2014 in cooperation with several renowned concert halls and organizations in Budapest. The name of the festival refers to its aims. Transparency in new music means that the audience is involved in interactive workshops and lectures before or during the events, to better understand the new compositional ideas. Meanwhile ‘see-through’ in music refers to compositions with both audible and visual layers – in the form of new-music theatre or new media –, as they are a special focus of this festival.
Samu Gryllus – artistic leader
Júlia Mihályfy – project manager