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BZZZ Internationella Ljudkonst Festival 2021

LÖR 21 AUG, KL 19:00
KOO DES, ERICSSON & REUTER

BZZZ ljudkonst festival är tillbaka med Koo Des / NSDOS (Paris) samt Ericsson & Reuter. Techno hacking, Liveimprovisation & Beats. 

Fri entré men det är viktigt att ni bokar sittplats. Mejla ericsson@harpartlab.se och ange namn och antal. 

Vi följer FHM:s rekommendationer samt regeringens direktiv kring almänna sammankomster och offentliga tillställningar.

Harp Art Lab, Harplinge väderkvarn, Kvarnliden 8, Harplinge
Contact: ericsson@harpartlab.se / 070 7304631


BZZZ DIGITAL 2020


BZZZ International Sound Art Festival in Harp Art Lab was canceled 2020 due to the Corona virus, government restrictions and closed borders.

We continued the work by presenting film documentations from Harp Art Labs first ten years.

In oktober 2020 Harp Art Lab participated at The Sound Around Festival in Kaliningrad with the movie "Reuse, Remix, Reclaim"- a documentation of sound projects, installations and improvisatory performance made over a ten-year period: The BZZZ festival, Sound at Nissan, Millophonia and other projects.

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Previous BZZZ! Festivals


BZZZ 2019
BZZZ 2018

BZZZ 2017

BZZZ 2016
BZZZ 2015
BZZZ 2014




AI (ARTIFICIELL IDIOTI)

Performance for Eight Hands And No Cerebral Hemispheres.
Sounds & Objects by: Mikael Reuter, Mikael Ericsson, Kajsa Magnarsson, Julie Ericsson.

Harp Art Lab, Sweden, 23-24 Aug 2019
Galleri Rostrum, Malmö, Sweden, 14 dec 2019
Eter Festival Mejeriet, Lund, Sweden, 25 jan 2020

Produktion: Harp Art Lab
www.harpartlab.se
Booking: ericsson@harpartlab.se





HARP ART LAB
Harp Art Lab is a laboratory for sound art based in Harplinge windmill, a few kilometers north of Halmstad on the Swedish west coast. The Lab is a unique platform for developing, innovative, interdisciplinary ideas and we work with artists and communities of interest to create performances and installations.

Our main methodology is a socially engaged and discursive sound art practice. The motivations behind our work are predominantly environmental, political, and social in as much as we are attempting to re-mediate contested territories in a scientific and creative way to the public. Harp Art Lab is a non profit organisation founded by Mikael Ericsson and Julie Ericsson in 2010.









Harp Art Lab | Harplinge Windmill | Sweden