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Exhibition

Onomatopee 109.3 / Cabinet project
An Autobiography in Sound

Opening Augsut 25th
Exhibition untill Septmber 30th

Following sound as a subject matter through the cracks where it isn’t supposed to go, and by exploring the spaces between sounds, Esther Venrooy breaks away from traditional notions about sound. She explores this subject in balancing of her experienced practice as composer working with sound and installation art, with critical reflection. 

In th show at Onomatopee, she anticipates to this issue again, by engaging in collaboration with artists Hans Demeulenaere, known for his formal spatial responses to particular situations. Hans builds a stage, a scene, a decor. Here particular spaces leave gaps to opportunities, as well as it allows for cracks and serendipity, all in directed occurance.

Soundcomposition by Esther Venrooy
Installation art by Hans Demeulenaere

Made possible thanks to the generous support of Onomatopee, The province of Noord-Brabant, the Mondiraan Foundation, OPAK Research Platform for Architecture and the Arts; LUCA School of Arts and KU Leuven, Faculty of architecure, Campus Sint Lucas Gent and Brussels.


Publication

An Autobiography in Sound
Onomatopee 109.3

Esther Venrooy
2018


Price: € 0,00    In (Re)print


Following sound as a subject matter through the cracks where it isn’t supposed to go, and by exploring the spaces between sounds, Esther Venrooy breaks away from traditional writing about sound. She explores this subject in balancing of her experienced practice as composer working with sound and installation art, with critical reflection. 

Authoirs: Allon Kaye, Clodagh Kinsella and Hans Demeulenaere 
Graphic design by Arthur Roeloffzen
Proofreading by Clodagh Kinsella 

Made possible thanks to the generous support of Onomatopee, OPAK Research Platform for Architecture and the Arts; LUCA School of Arts and KU Leuven, Faculty of architecure, Campus Sint Lucas Gent and Brussels.








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