Electrical Jungles (2022), performance installation.
Silvia Rosani and Kinga Tóth have been awarded the Hannsmann‐Poethen‐Literaturstipendium 2022 and will create a new work while in residence at GEDOK Stuttgart between January and April 2022.
For more information click on the picture on the side.
AmotIon, interactive installation for emotion detection and audio feedback developed by Silvia Rosani during a EMAP/EMARE Residency at RIXC (Riga, Latvia).
02/12/2021-12/02/2022 Wed-Sat 12:00-18:00
Try the app at www.amotion.cc and listen to what happens to the installation from the daily live streaming from Riga by clicking on the image on the left.
Live streaming of the exhibition opening at RIXC available by clicking on the image below (around 1h38').
AmotIon (2021), developed while in residence at the new media centre RIXC.
Werkleitz Festival 2021 (Halle, Germany) 2-4 July 2021
Some sound examples can be listened to by clicking on the image on the side.
Werkleitz Festival 2021 move to … © Werkleitz, Foto Falk Wenzel
Silvia's contribution to Kunstort ELEVEN Artspace at the Kunstmuseum in Reutlingen will stay in place between 22nd September 2019 and 19th January 2020.
The image on the side refers to the connection between pre-existing music and contemporary new works through the use of sound analysis.
Toy museum (Museu do Brinquedo) in Seia (Portugal)
Dias de la Musica Electroacustica (DME) 28/12/2019
Sound installation at Goldsmiths Graduate Festival 2013 (London)
Site-specific sound installation during Die Lange Nacht der Museen in Stuttgart (March 2014).
A collaboration with architect Kai Franz gave birth to the idea of a sound trip inside one of his machines. The listener is enabled to hear the sand dropping on the horizontal carriage of the machine or the noise of the wheels on which it glides, as if the ear was actually leant against that surface. For the recording a contact microphone was used so that for a while one is immersed in a narrow space like a box until, towards the end, the sound emerges to the perception of a normal space.
Steps around the Akademie Schloss Solitude and its surroundings describe the spaces of the studios, stairs, long corridors, exhibition halls and the path towards the heart of the forest through a surreal combination of physically impossible paths.