19 July 2012
458 Hackney Road
London E2 9EG
SONIC HOLOGRAM is an invitation to occupy sound in a shared interval. It is not about a sound based on jupiter that went on holiday with your sister to a big open topped bus floating in the south atlantic,
‘Human Fiction Tartini’ is three words put together in a drive to affect our experience of making art and performing culture.
It is our belief that we have entered an era of history that is no longer propelled solely by science and technology. Science Fiction has blurred its boundaries with Human Fiction – an era to be defined by the immanent manipulation of our very bodies, as well as an era defined more than ever by our individual actions as consumers.
Fiction is not dishonest fabrication, but the potential to tell stories in a way that creates a culture that is meaningful through all the overlaps of what it means to be Human. Existing like a collective hologram of our endeavors, this massing of fictions resonates as a combination of all our individual frequencies and creates a tone of open experimentation without fear of failure or limit of genre.
Contributions by six artists from Tokyo, Amsterdam & London, ranging across sound art, experimental radio and new audio structures.
Sonic works by Mika Hayashi Ebbesen / Shota Hirama / Renata Mandic / Tom Tlalim / Chris Wood / Haris Custovic