Artistic residencies 2019-2022
01/01/2020 – 31/12/2022
Guy Van Belle
01/01/2020 – 31/12/2022
Guy Van Belle
Anouk De Clercq explores the potential of audiovisual language to create possible worlds. She is interested in what lies behind ‘reality’ or in between the visible and the imaginary. She has received several awards, including the Illy Prize at Art Brussels in 2005 and a Prix Ars Electronica Honorary Mention in 2014. Her work has been shown in Tate Modern, Centre Pompidou, Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia, MAXXI, Centre d’Art Contemporain Genève, International Film Festival Rotterdam, Berlinale, Ars Electronica, among others. Anouk De Clercq is affiliated to the School of Arts University College Ghent as an artistic researcher. For further information…
In preparation of a new work for BOZAR,, together with the electronic artist Vessel and Helga Davis, she was working on the spatial design of the installation.
Charo Calvo studied Physic Sciences at Universidad Autonoma de Madrid. She arrived in 1987 to Brussels as a founding member of the dance company ‘Ultima Vez’ directed by Wim Vandekeybus, for their first performance ‘What the body does not remember’. Giving up dancing in 1992, she started her studies on Electroacustic Composition at Conservatoire de Mons. Since then she has collaborated as composer and sound designer with many Belgium and international dance and theatre companies. She also worked on soundtrack for film and radio, and won several prizes for her compositions and realisations. She is now Professor Assistant in Composition for the Media at Mons Conservatory and guest Professor at Rits Hogeschool. She is also responsable for the coaching on Sound Design for DocNomads Joint Master Degree Documentary Film Directing, (Erasmus Mundus ). For further information…
Within her residency at IPEM/ASIL, charo is experimenting with spatial components in performing. She is working together with Yacine Sebti.
Eric Joris is a multimedia artist with an initial education in filmmaking, covering many areas such as industrial design, graphic design, comics, visual arts, installation art and last but not least performance art. Under his direction CREW Eric Joris adamantly tries to make performances at the melting point between live art and digital media. Eric Joris invents new methods for connecting state-of-the-art technology with artistic forms, often exploring and questioning the human senses, particularly our perception of sound, movement and space particularly. His company CREW generates live-art projects that can be described as immersive theatre, yet those projects move and shapeshift continuously, always operating on the borders between art and science, or beyond the limit of either. Eric Joris currently lives in Antwerp and works in Brussels.
At ASIL/IPEM Eric Joris was working together with Meryem Bayram and Arash Hosseini, using the motion capture system and 3D infrastructure, for the making of the performance Straptrack. For further information on Crew…
Nurtured by an unending intellectual curiosity and inspired by a constant dialectics between experimentation and sense of history, the music of Gianluca Verlingieri fully embraces the kaleidoscopic interests of its author. Indeed, his works range between different creative contexts, often deliberately fading into one another: from concert music for soloists or groups of various instruments and voices to acousmatic pieces and works for instruments and live-electronics, as well as from stage music and musical theater to soundtracks and multimedia installations. Active as a researcher, in the last few years he has identified Luciano Berio’s private sound archive at Centro Tempo Reale in Florence, now hosted at the Paul Sacher Stiftung in Basel. He also did research on the musical theater of Mauricio Kagel with his personal encouragement, and on tape music by John Cage in collaboration with the archive of Milan’s Studio di Fonologia Musicale della RAI and Edition Peters. Since 2011 he teaches electroacoustic composition at the “G. F. Ghedini” State Conservatory of Cuneo, Italy, where he also coordinates the Department of New Technologies and Musical Languages.
As a visiting artist and researcher, Gianluca Verlingieri worked on the EMS Synthi 100, to create an electronic part for a mixed music work.
Jürgen De Blonde or Köhn has been active since 1997. Köhn is . Köhn has put out releases on KRAAK, Western Vinyl, Deep Distance, Sloow Tapes, SicSic, Sonic Meditations, Almost Helloween Time, KERM, Kirigirisu… He lives in Evergem/Gent, Belgium. Köhn brings an original approach to sound within a context of diverse style experiments. His work includes experiments with soundscapes, electronica, collaborations with musicians from different backgrounds. In 2017 he released the internationally appreciated album Kreis Plön and made a work for Decap Organ. He is working at the LUCA soundlab. For further information…
Köhn has been working mainly on IPEM’s Synthy-100. In Spring 2019 he gave a much appreciated workshop for a wider audience, during the Tumult Festival at De Krook, where the Art-Science-Interaction Lab is located.
Ken Ishii (ケン・イシイ) is a Japanese DJ and record producer from Sapporo. He graduated from Hitotsubashi University. He has released work under his own name as well as under the pseudonyms: FLR, Flare, UTU, Yoga, and Rising Sun. Strongly influenced by Detroit techno, Ken Ishii had his first release on Richie Hawtin’s label Plus 8. He composed the music for the opening ceremonies to the 1998 Winter Olympics in Nagano. “Creation the State of Art” was used in the third level of the 2001 video game Rez, and some tracks in the soundtrack release to the game LSD were produced by Ishii. His track “Let It All Ride” has also been used in the PlayStation Portable video game Lumines II. His music video for “Extra” (directed by Koji Morimoto) won Best Dance Music Video of the year for MTV Europe in 1997. Further information…
Ken Ishii was visiting IPEM/ASIL to experiment with and record the unique sound possibilities of the EMS Synthi 100.
Theater De Spiegel is a music theater for the very young. In a truly original art-science collaboration, an interactive sound installation ‘BAST’ was created for babys till 14 months. The construction incorporates a wave field synthesis spatial audio installation and simulates how unborn could hear from within the mother. Theater De Spiegel is touring with the set up to kindergartens, creches and specific locations. For more information…
The work and practice of Yacine Sebti explores the possible interactions between a body in space and computer generated images or sounds. This body can be the one of the spectator or the one of the performer. Yacine produces his own installations but collaborates on a regular basis with different artists in all different media.
Both his personal and collaborative works have been distributed and shown in an international context. At ASIL he is working together with Charo Calvo at spatial and interactive performances and installations.
Born in Wilrijk-Belgium, Ruben Bellinkx lives and works in Brussels, Belgium. He is guest Professor at the School of Arts (KASK), department of Fine Arts (Drawing), He has been working for a while on Black Sun, a 2-channel film installation with birds and drones flying a choreography above a double bed.. For further information…
At IPEM-ASIL Ruben was experimenting with and recording sound for his soon te be released films.