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MIRA FESTIVAL BERLIN 2018


MIRA Festival Berlin is back! On Saturday, 5 May 2018, they'll celebrate the second edition of MIRA Berlin at the historical Funkhaus with a program dedicated to the experience of digital arts in one of the key cities in the world for the musical and technological creativity. Starting from 4PM, MIRA Berlin will host audiovisual shows, concerts, DJ sets, a 4DSOUND retrospective, spatial sound developments by MONOM - Berlin's Center for Spatial sound and conferences.

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More information at www.mirafestivalberlin.com

# WaqWaq Kingdom #Eomac #4DSOUND (Doors 18:00)


LINEUP:
Aïsha Devi LIVE A/V (world premiere)
Espinoza Espinoza MODULAR LIVE A/V
Forest Swords LIVE A/V
Laurel Halo LIVE
Lorenzo Senni LIVE
Yves Tumor LIVE

DJ SETS:
Black Merlin
Christian Len
DJohnston
Inga Mauer
Lux
Vladimir Ivkovic

MONOM:
Eomac - LIVE IN 4DSOUND (world premiere)
WaqWaq Kingdom - LIVE IN 4DSOUND (world premiere)
Thomas Ankersmit and Croatian Amor - SOUND INSTALLATIONS in 4DSOUND

4DSOUND: A Retrospective                                   
Featuring works by Murcof, J.G. Biberkopf, Peter Van HoesenKoenraad EckerIOANNAlyssa Moxley, Shaun Crook, Maxime GordonCasimir GeelhoedJohn Connell, Paul Oomen & Edgard Varese

With a sound exhibition curated by 4DSOUND’s founder Paul Oomen, we look back on five years of emerging spatial sound practices in 4DSOUND

Carefully selected from 4DSOUND’s extensive catalogue - counting close to a hundred spatial sound productions to date - the retrospective exhibits fifteen sound sculptures created by artistic collaborators from the fields of music, technology, architecture and media arts - ranging from some of the earliest experiments to most recent works. 

During the past ten years, 4DSOUND has been developing and refining the technology to create, perform and experience sound spatially. At present, spatial sound is rapidly gaining broader recognition as our media are moving towards 3-dimensional representations using virtual reality, augmented reality or 360-video technologies. But beyond the fact that we can represent sound spatially ever more accurately with our evolving technologies - why is this important? What is spatial sound about, beyond a mere reproduction of the reality that is already familiar to us? 

Spatial sound tells us something essential about how we relate as human beings to our environment. It also tells us something essential about the inner workings of our perception and consciousness. More than anything, the exhibited works question the ways we experience reality through listening. Is the reality we hear based on what we know and assume about the world around us? Can a single sound in space embody a personal memory, a political conflict, fear of the unknown? What are the sounds that inhabit our environments? Can we listen from within them? And then what do we perceive?

The exhibition provides a present perfect of spatial sound - the coming-of-age of a creative discipline that opens up ways of expressing and communicating with sound that were not possible before. It seeks to unveil something of the beauty and complexity of this new medium, that we are only on the verge of starting to understand.

4DSOUND: A Retrospective is a joint production by the Spatial Sound Institute Budapest and MONOM Berlin.

+ CONFERENCE PROGRAM:
- Diversity and gender in music, digital art and technology with Leil Zahra Mortada, Mic Oala and Lyra Pramuk
- Instinctive sound: the exploration of instincts through music with Shigeru Ishihara
- Internet’s social debates with VJ Entter

MIRA pass - access to full MIRA program + 4DSOUND A Retrospective (not access to 4DSOUND shows + sound installations) 

MIRA + MONOM pass - access to full MIRA program + all 4DSOUND activities (limited tickets available)