On the 24th of March, Jiska Huizing will perform a couple of pieces from the Torn Tracks project at BEK, as part of ToBeContinued.
ToBeContinued encompasses a 24h long sound marathon, during which artists and musicians from many different parts of the world will each play a half hour set that will be broadcasted through the project’s website. The event is coordinated by Antonio Della Marina (musician and computer music composer) and by Moreno Miorelli (artistic director of the annual gathering Stazione di Topolò/Postaja Topolove) and aims to raise awareness for World Tuberculosis Day and create links between the world of creativity and that of science.
Performance: 20:00 – 20:30
For the early birds: A light dinner will be served at 19:00!
Note: For those who cannot make it to the performance, the project will be broadcasted as well. Please follow ToBeContinued on Facebook where the link to the online broadcast will be posted when it is aired.
Torn Tracks is based on a collection of a growing amount of tracks that do not have one final, fixed form. They can exist in various forms at the same time, be it one made in the studio, performed live or a field recording, and the possibility of them being re-recorded, replaced or taken away over time is never excluded. The sounds for the tracks are recorded from Huizing’s immediate surroundings, often on walks, and sometimes combined with sounds of her voice and electric violin. They balance between music and sound art, playing with elements of both.
Jiska Huizing (1991, Groningen, NL) is an artist living and working in Bergen, Norway.