Loudspeakers in artistic practice
In this workshop, artist Roar Sletteland and acoustic engineer Paal Rasmussen will demonstrate the possibilities for using loudspeakers in works of art, and how to make your own custom-built speaker.
-Dates: 27 and 30 September from 12–17
-Location: BEK – Bergen senter for elektronisk kunst, C. Sundts gate 55
-Fee: NOK 500,-
-Sign-up to firstname.lastname@example.org by 13 September. Limited number of spots – first come, first served!
Aesthetics, engineering and purpose all come together in this course. As a participant, you will gain insight in how speakers work, as well as the possibilities and limitations of loudspeakers in an artistic context. The course is led by Roar Sletteland, artist and constructor of sound sculptures, and Paal Rasmussen, acoustic engineer and constructor of HiFi-speakers.
Through the two-day course, participants learn to build speakers for use in artistic practice. The course will focus on what the participants need and what they are into. Those who wish to do so, may start constructing a speaker for use in their own projects.
The course is produced by BEK and Lydgalleriet.
Photo: Paal Rasmussen
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