Reflection & Imagination
posted : 1 May 2013
Rubedo @ BiennaleOnline 2013
Reflection & Imagination
Opening 2 May 2013
Rubedo’s recent work features at the BiennaleOnline, the first exclusively online selection of emerging contemporary artists by 30 leading international curators.
Organised by Art + Network and curated by Jan Hoet, the show attempts to enhance the way artists, curators and collectors connect and collaborate.
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Audiomorph: A Sonic Exploration
posted : 30 November 2012
The Status of Sound: Writing Histories of Sonic Art
CUNY Center for Humanities, 30 November 2012
Rubedo’s piece ‘Audiomorph’ [Can I Wear My Song?] features in the discourse of the philosopher Rahma Khazam of Sorbonne at the symposium ‘The Status of Sound: Writing Histories of Sonic Art’ at CUNY on 30 November 2012.
Khazam describes the piece as a crystallised sonic pattern shaped by the performer’s body and voice – an exploration of audible, visible and material sound.
posted : 12 September 2012
Kunstmuseum Basel, 13-16 September 2012
Laurent-Paul Robert and Vesna Petresin-Robert are keynote speakers and mentors at the X|Media|Lab Switzerland in Basel.
Examining methods of creating immersive environments through synaesthesia, perceptive illusions and multimedia, this presentation of Rubedo’s work also highlights collaboration with Double Negative VFX.
Soundscape for a 100 Year City
posted : 22 August 2012
Sound Pavilion for ’2112Ai: 100 Year City’ by Rubedo
13th International Architecture Exhibition
Galleria A+A, Venice 29 August – 25 November 2012
Rubedo created a Sound Pavilion for a 100 Year City, an exhibition of visionary architectural projects for the European Culture Capital 2012 Maribor [Slovenia], unveiled at the Venice Biennale.
Cycles of sonic loops installed in a Venetian townhouse create a constantly evolving soundscape, where patterns change with the movement of the listener.
This acoustic ecology models the future evolution of structures and flows in a city.
La Biennale participants
posted : 6 July 2012
new sound & light installation
Trans_Lux by Rubedo
V22, London 12 July 2012
‘Trans_Lux’, new installation by Rubedo, attempts to construct a polyphony of entangled sounds and lights. Driven by sonic loops, it fills a concrete landscape with LED lights reacting to acoustic parameters of the soundscape, and creates a constantly-evolving experience.
The installation is available for viewing on 12 July only, from 5-10 pm at the V22 Studios in London. In collaboration with Philips Lighting UK.
Supported by Philips:
See What Light Can Do
posted : 5 July 2012
Rubedo & Philips collaboration
See What Light Can Do
V22, London 11 July 2012
Rubedo feature as guest artists at the Philips Lighting UK event ‘See What Light Can Do’, presenting a new sound & light sculpture and a selection of short films.
The exclusive event is presented at V22 [The Old Biscuit Factory] in London, showcasing the latest in light technology, art and design.
Immersion | Embodied Illusion
posted : 1 July 2012
Dr Vesna Petresin Robert | Rubedo @ Beyond
21-24 June 2012
Vesna presented and performed the work of Rubedo at the international 3D Festival & Symposium ‘Beyond’.
‘Immersion as Embodied Illusion’ highlights the link between synaesthesia, kinesthesia and ambiguity in constructing a sense of immersion.
‘Beyond’ is hosted by the ZKM Karlsruhe and brings together international scientists, artists and academics exploring the future of space, media and storytelling.
posted : 9 June 2012
Diodicity, new performance by Rubedo
Topology: Spaces of Transformation
London 16 June 2012
‘Diodicity’ features at Tate Modern as the closing performance for the series ‘Topology: Spaces of Transformation’ and its ultimate event ‘Spatialised Immunity’ [with Peter Sloterdijk and Nigel Thrift].
Based on the technique of ‘harmonography’, Rubedo’s new audio-visual piece examines transformation, flux, embodiment, coincidence and dynamic unity.
‘Topology at Tate Modern’, curated by Dr Jean Matthee, aligns philosophy, psychoanalysis, art, cosmology and mathematics.
Affect of Abstract Image
posted : 29 May 2012
The Affect of Abstract Image in Film & Video Art
Miraj, Vol 1, Issue 1, London 2012, ISSN 2045-6298, 2045-6301 (online)
The work of Rubedo features in the inaugural issue of MIRAJ, the peer-reviewed Moving Image Review & Art Journal.
In a round table discussion bringing together practitioners, curators and theorists from the world of film, video, fine art, performance and theory, the work of British practices is challenged in order to explore the present and future of abstract image and narrative in time-based media, in the context of art production.
With Bridget Crone, Nina Danino, Jaspar Joseph-Lester, Laurent-Paul Robert, Vesna Petresin Robert, curated by Dr Maxa Zoller.