On Friday 16 June 2017, Sonolology bachelor’s students Miro Bollen (NL), Dalton Danks (USA), Quirijn Dees (NL), Willem van Erven Dorens (NL), Giammarco Gaudenzi (Italy), Lucie Nezri (France) and Kaðlín Ólafsdóttir (Iceland) presented a 35-minute programme that consisted of individual and collaborative multi-channel fixed media compositions. The works were made in the Institute of Sonology’s analogue and digital studios.
The full programme was:
Dalton Danks: Laser Dream Sauce, fixed media, 4 channels, 7 minutes
Lucie Nezri: Easif (originally for WFS), fixed media, 5.1 channels, 7 minutes
Kaðlín Sara Ólafsdóttir: Men in Groups: No Meaning, fixed media, 4 channels, 4 minutes
Miro Bollen, Dalton Danks, Quirijn Dees, Willem van Erven Dorens, Giammarco Gaudenzi, Lucie Nezri, Kaðlín Sara Ólafsdóttir: Collaborative Composition no.2, fixed media, 4 channels, 8 minutes